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The deadly sins

Christian Jarrett examines the relevance of the idea of sin to modern life. + więcej

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Movement difficulties in children

Elisabeth Hill and Anna Barnett examine the case of developmental coordination disorder (DCD) + więcej

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2010.08.26

Communication from the condemned

Janelle Ward studies the last statements from those on death row + więcej

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2010.08.10

Can’t take my eyes off of you

Matt Field, winner of the Society’s Spearman Medal, on attentional bias and addiction + więcej

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The truth is out there

Viren Swami and Rebecca Coles look at belief in conspiracy theories. + więcej

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2010.05.19

The maternal brain

Christian Jarrett examines the evidence behind the widely held belief that pregnancy affects cognitive function. + więcej

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2010.05.19

Children parrot, but do apes ape?

Lydia M. Hopper looks at evidence for deferred imitation by humans and apes. + więcej

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2010.03.04

If it’s easy to read, it’s easy to do, pretty, good, and true

Hyunjin Song and Norbert Schwarz describe some fascinating findings on fluency effects on judgement, choice and processing style. + więcej

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2010.02.19

Mirrors and the mind

Marco Bertamini has some surprising reflections. + więcej

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Siblings - friends or foes?

Alison Pike, Tina Kretschmer and Judith F. Dunn on what the research says about achieving a harmonious household. + więcej

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The power of music

Adrian C. North and David J. Hargreaves introduce the special issue with a look at how music psychology is changing in the digital era + więcej

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2009.10.30

One nagging thing...

Top psychologists help us to celebrate the 150th e-mail issue of the Society’s Research Digest. + więcej




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