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David M. Amodio, New York University, New York Times, Oct 12, 2009: The Young and the Neuro. Eugene Arnold, Ohio State University, Science, Sep 25, 2009: The Theory? Diet Causes Violence. The Lab? Prison. Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin, Newsweek, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Science, Oct 2, 2009 More

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Timothy B. Baker, University of Wisconsin, The Daily Page, Nov 5, 2009; The Washington Post, Nov 15, 2009: Calling for More Science in Psychology Doctoral Programs. Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, Leiden University, The Atlantic, Dec 2009: The Science of Success. Jonathan Baron, University of Pennsylvania, Nature, Oct 29, 2009: Risk School More

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Elizabeth Adkins-Regan, Cornell University, Science, May 29, 2009: Under the Influence of Hormones. Jamie Arndt, University of Missouri, Columbia, The New York Times, Jul 6, 2009: Why the Imp in Your Brain Gets Out. Chris I. Baker, National Institute of Mental Health, NPR (Marketplace), Jul 1, 2009: False Signals Cause More

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A Cold Stare Can Make You Crave Some Heat The New York Times September 16, 2008 “And even if the thermometer doesn’t register the difference, people do: social iciness feels so cold to those on the receiving end that they will crave a hot drink, a new study has found. More

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The Geography of Personality Newsweek August 23, 2008 “Since personality is so important to both social and individual outcomes, the hunt is on for which traits vary geographically and why. According to the most extensive study yet of how personality varies across the United States, a “neuroticism belt” divides the More

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Sadness Spurs Spending, Experiment Shows NPR April 21, 2008 “If you’re feeling blue, you might want to think twice before you head out for a little shopping. That’s because research shows sad people are willing to pay significantly more money for everyday items such as a water bottle. Cynthia Cryder More