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I Have Superpowers

I Have Superpowers teaches children how to tap into the secret weapon that each of us has within: our breathing!

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Psychology Symbol Information Guide

Learn all about the origins and meaning of the pitchfork shaped psychology symbol.

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Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence

Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence is a timely and much loved book on the importance of educating children about online safety.

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Psychology of Swearing

Psychology of swearing. Think swearing isn’t big or clever? Think again. Great article by Richard Stephens, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Keele University, which shows that there is much more to swearing than simply causing offence.

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Shy and Mighty

Shy and Mighty is a book for shy people of all ages who wonder how to shine in an incredibly noisy world.

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Psychology Movies

The psychology movies page explores the different levels at which human behavior in film has been examined, researched and discussed.

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3 ways we sabotage relationships (and 3 ways to kick the habit)

3 ways we sabotage relationships (and 3 ways to kick the habit) is an excellent research based article by Dr. Raquel Peel, Senior Lecturer at University of Southern Queensland.

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Evil in Mind: The Psychology of Harming Others

Evil in Mind: The Psychology of Harming Others delivers a systematic, research-based psychological understanding of evil that is compact, digestible, and potentially transformative for academics, students, and educated lay readers

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Exhaustion Syndromes

Fascinating article on exhaustion syndromes such as depression, stress and burnout.

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Emotions: How Humans Regulate Them and Why Some People Can’t

Excellent article on emotional regulation by Leanne Rowlands, PhD Researcher in Neuropsychology at Bangor University.

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Slay Your Dragons With Compassion

Slay Your Dragons With Compassion offers ten key teachings from renowned therapist Malcolm Stern. This invaluable book is filled with practical exercises, which are combined with real and compelling stories from the therapy room. #psychotherapy #therapy

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Worried You Are Dating A Psychopath?

Great article on psychopaths by Calli Tzani-Pepelasi, University lecturer in Investigative Psychology.

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The Feeling of Being stared At

The Feeling of Being stared At. Classic psychology article by Edward Titchener, first published in 1898.

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But I Wore The Juice! The Illusion of Competence

The illusion of competence. Learn all about the cognitive bias which inflates self-assessment, including the incredible story of bank robber McArthur Wheeler.

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Psychologists See Humor As A Character Strength

Getting serious about funny: Psychologists see humor as a character strength. Great article on the study of humor within experimental psychology by Janet M. Gibson, Professor of Cognitive Psychology at Grinnell College.

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Recent Articles

  1. I Have Superpowers

    May 23, 22 04:04 PM

    I Have Superpowers teaches children how to tap into the secret weapon that each of us has within: our breathing!

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  2. Psychology Symbol Information Guide

    May 20, 22 01:55 AM

    Learn all about the origins and meaning of the pitchfork shaped psychology symbol.

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  3. Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence

    May 17, 22 11:57 PM

    Pixie Van Dimple and the Wrong Kind of Artificial Intelligence is a timely and much loved book on the importance of educating children about online safety.

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