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Psychotherapy is not a medical treatment.
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It's not improving
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How bias continues to color scientific papers.
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There's a long history of impaired leaders, and it continues.
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Monkeys are more cognitively flexible than we are.
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Why creepiness and horror can be seductive
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Is wisdom related to age?
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My rollercoaster experience trying to teach a chimp sign language.
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Motivated to succeed economically, immigrants show plenty of grit and resources.
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How much of fear is inborn?
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The core quality of borderline personality disorder.
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What research tells us about the biology (and parenting) of shy kids.
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People who feel grateful resist the urge to cheat.
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What to do when uncomfortable emotions get in the way.
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Most people aren't affected by ASMR. But what does it mean for those who are?
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When evolution, human sexuality, and the Western world collide.
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Canadian psychologists test hypothesis that psychopathy has mating benefits.
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Improving social media health.
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Marital advice for a lovely couple.
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Understanding potential treatments.
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And why you shouldn't fall for them.
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The activity of the nervous system affects longevity.
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And even neutral ones
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Being single in adolescence need not be a source of concern.
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Reward versus discipline affects the dog-owner bond.
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Do we believe that the answer is yes? If so, why?
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