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New Research Finds Link Between Hunting and Penis Size - Via Diminutive Male Genitalia Disorder Research Organiza
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Humans, Hunting, Canned Hunting, Psychology, Society, Interesting News )

Victoria
- 1976 days ago - dmgd.org
Scientific research by the DMGDRO proves that hunters with a small penis have a genetic disorder with a destructive coping mechanism where they derive pleasure from "controlled victim" aggression manifestation eg canned hunting. Hunters need therapy.
Toddlers: Why the Bad Seed Theory Is Kind of True
Science & Tech  (tags: research, study, toddlers, DNA, disposition, psychology )

Giana
- 1999 days ago - shine.yahoo.com
Every parent of a toddler hopes his or her kid will "play nice," and it's always a shocker when your angel suddenly turns into a biting, hitting, kicking little beast.
Pigeons: These Unremarkable Birds Are Remarkably Smart
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, research, study, psychology, scientists, investigation, interesting, science, computer )

Carrie
- 2133 days ago - healthypets.mercola.com
Unlike many people who view pigeons as pervasive flying poop machines, I really love them. Last year, I wrote about a study that proved pigeons are able to learn abstract mathematical rules, and in fact are the only non-humans other than rhesus monkeys...
Manned Mars Missions: How Will Astronauts Get Along?
Science & Tech  (tags: Mars, astronauts, space exploration, psychology )

Freya
- 2192 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Scientists aim to equip manned crews to Mars with innovative devices that keep track of social interactions and provide instant feedback when conflict and other troubles regarding teamwork emerge.
Psychology: Why You Want to Squeeze Cute Things : 80beats
Science & Tech  (tags: psychology, mind brain, cute aggresson, gigl n., unbearable cuteness )

Pirjo
- 2359 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
We've all experienced that urge to squeeze something that is really, really cute. Think tiny bunnies, baby ducks, a pudgy baby's cheeks. In the Philippines they even have a word for it:gigil n. the urge to pinch or squeeze something that is cute.
A Question for the Holiday Season: Who Among Us Identifies With All of Humanity?
Science & Tech  (tags: Psychology, researchers, Sam McFarland/ Matthew Webb/ Derek Brown, Western Kentucky University, The Identification With All Humanity Sca, (IWAH), active willingness to help, Maslow and Adler )

Judy
- 2406 days ago - scientificamerican.com
A scale developed by psychologists measures the degree to which people identify with all humans, not just their kin, local communities, or other assorted in-groups.
Best Coming Soon Pages: Psychologically-Driven Signups
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, psychology, internet )

Aaron
- 2903 days ago - creativefan.com
Like an itch, seeing something intriguing creates a need for answers: coming soon pages push a user to react; whether it's by signing-up, bookmarking, sharing, or doing all of the above.
Chickens Feel One Another's Pain and Elephants Know When They Need Help
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, psychology, ethics, morals, measuring cognitive similarity, intelligence, empathy, greed, selfishness, slavery, commodifying other species, human insatiability )

IE
- 3047 days ago - psychologytoday.com
A research group at the University of Bristol, using non-invasive methods, showed for the first time that "domestic hens show a clear physiological and behavioural response when their chicks are mildly distressed."
Alcohol Exposure Makes Fish Anti-Social
Science & Tech  (tags: Alcohol, Anti-Social, Fish Eggs, Psychology, Health )

Nancy
- 3073 days ago - news.discovery.com
At first glance, studying fish eggs may seem like an unusual approach to explore alcohol's health effects on humans. But scientists beg to differ.
Thirst for Excitement Is Hidden in Your Genes
Science & Tech  (tags: genes, brain, science, psychology, sensation )

Sophie
- 3203 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Sensation seeking -- the urge to do exciting things -- has been linked to dopamine, a chemical that carries messages in your brain. For a new study published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.
Do Children Understand Irony? New Study Reveals They Do
Science & Tech  (tags: Children, Irony, Psychology, parenting, communication, family )

Anna
- 3223 days ago - sciencedaily.com
New research findings from the Université de Montréal reveals that children as young as four are able to understand and use irony. This study, published recently in the British Journal of Developmental Psychology, may impact the way parents communicate ..
Sense of Touch Shapes Snap Judgments
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, discovery, physical touch, perception, social cognition, embodied cognition, mind / body, John Bargh, Yale, Josh Ackerman, MIT, change thoughts by changing sensations, sensory effect on judgment, brain development, psychology )

Judy
- 3305 days ago - wired.com
Published June 24 in Science, the study is the latest addition to a booming field of embodied cognition, which over the last decade has scientifically eroded the notion that mind and body are distinctly separate.
A Psychologist Confers With the Dalai Lama on Compassion and Feeling Secure
Science & Tech  (tags: Dharamsala, India, DalaiLama, HHDL, compassion, science, psychology, investigation )

Jenny
- 3393 days ago - ucdavis.edu
"The Dalai Lama is an unusually light, kind, gentle, funny, naturally laughing person," Shaver said. "He had a calming effect on the group" The Dalai Lama's approach is to openly, fearlessly explore what's really there.
Others May Know Us Better Than We Know Ourselves, Study Finds
Science & Tech  (tags: Psychologists, Psychology, Science, Human Behaviour )

Alisa
- 3422 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Since at least the days of Socrates, humans have been advised to "know thyself." And through all the years, many, including many personality and social psychologists, have believed the individual is the best judge of his or her own personality.
100 Best Blogs for Psychology Students
Science & Tech  (tags: Psychology, Students, Research, Internet, Blogs )

Sophie
- 3528 days ago - onlinepsychologydegrees.org
The internet provides a wealth of opinions and experiences for psychology students to discover every facet of their chosen discipline.
 

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