Press Releases with tag "Psychology"
Dr. Sarah Farrant: On Vital Health Teaches Parents And Families On Health Advocacy As Well As Pregnancy, Birth And Parenting.
Smart Health Choices with Dr. Sarah Farrant, Who Educates Parents Globally; Helps Families Into A Wellness-Based Healthcare Approach. She’s Interviewed by Debbi Dachinger on Dare To Dream Radio.
The Cost Of Competition
This study from Stanford University investigates the neural correlates of competitive behavior. In competitive situations people often incur large losses to be the winner. The fMRI experiment shows how social evaluation may affect decision-making.
Change Negative Thought Patterns With The New App "Negative To Positive Free" From UpWithApps, Inc.
UpWithApps introduces Negative to Positive 1.0 for iOS. This app allows individuals to achieve their full potential by applying brain science to change behavior patterns and erase subconscious actions that limit potential.
Discursive Politics – Language with a Spin
A project sponsored by the Austrian Science Fund FWF has made a detailed investigation on what viewers understand and how they evaluate the statements of politicians during televised debates.
Announcing A Recent Book That Explains the Intelligence of Your Gut Feelings And How to Use Them
A recent book "What’s Behind Your Belly Button?" by Martha Char Love and Robert W. Sterling explains in a New Gut Psychology what your gut feelings are capable of telling you about how to listen to your gut feelings for optimal health and well-bein
The African Unconscious-an Epic Work on Black and Human Origins-Back in Print In Honor of Black History Month
African Unconscious is a newly reprinted book about the origins of humans and the evolution of modern psychology.
Still Searching for a Solution to Life’s Problems? Try Accepting The Radical – The New Book From Experts Ronna Smithrim and Christopher Oliphant.
Accepting the Radical is the new book from experts Ronna Smithrim and Christopher Oliphant, containing surprising advice for anyone seeking support with achieving fulfilment and success in life.
New Dream Book, In The Style Of Montague Ullman, To Help You Understand Dreams Without Interpretation
Using the dream analysis style of Montague Ullman, Markku Siivola has expanded his techniques and created new lessons for understanding dreams.
Tokyo Author Pens Frontier-Science Self-Help Guide
The Path is a revolutionary new approach to the self-help genre, applying 21st-century neuroscience, anthropology and psychology to the principles of self-help as taught by Dale Carnegie and Anthony Robbins. It's the Science of Self-Help
Prof. Erantha De Mel – Award Winning Finalist At The USA Best Books Awards 2011
"Optimizing the Infinite Mind" by Prof. Erantha De Mel was an Award Winning Finalist at the "USA BEST BOOKS 2011"
The Artists' Orchard's Author, SBR Martin Finds A New Life In Writing "In Wake Of Water"
After losing her only sibling and both parents, SBR Martin deals with grief and loss and finds a new life through writing her debut adult fiction novel, "In Wake Of Water."
Phillips Graduate Institute Celebrates 40 Years of Academic Excellence at Its New Campus
Phillips Graduate Institute celebrates its 40th year of academic excellence on Sunday, October 23 at its new campus in Chatsworth.
Darwin Freud Einstein Rand Maslow 21st Century Dream Team
What if Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, Albert Einstein, Ayn Rand and Abraham Maslow got a chance to get together and JOINTLY revise their theories using new data? Two new novels make the attempt to do it.
Psychology Video Channel Launches on YouTube
The Psychology Video Channel on YouTube showcases an outstanding collection of videos that visitors will find useful and engaging whatever their connection with psychology - student, educator, professional or general interest.
40th Anniversary of Warning to Planet Earth
On the eve of Hurricane Irene, days after the East Coast earthquake, and on the verge of mass starvation in Somalia, the A3 society is reaching out in an effort to raise international awareness on the 40th Anniversary of the Club of Rome report.
2011 Eortc Cancer Symposium
A major international cancer conference is to be held at the European Parliament during 7-9 September 2011, to examine the importance of using a patient’s perception and experience when undergoing new and pioneering clinical trials, which can help,
Atheist's Bible? A 4,000 Year Upgrade Of Religion
The world’s first scientific religion has been created by University of Hawaii’s neuroscientist-philosopher, Bruce E. Morton.
Classic Psychology Articles Now Available on Kindle
Thanks to the leading psychology website www.all-about-psychology.com, hundreds of classic psychology articles can now be read on The Amazon Kindle.
Florida Clinical Research Center Welcomes Summer Intern, Lauren Patrusky
Florida Clinical Research Center, LLC (FLCRC) is hosting summer intern, Lauren Patrusky, to offer her real-world experience in clinical research for studies related to mental and medical disorders, such as ADHD, depression, and binge eating.
Psychology Student Survival Guide Continues To Impress
The Psychology Student Survival Guide is a free and comprehensive resource designed to help psychology students at each and every stage of their educational journey. It is now also available as a free app for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Future Orientation Increases Weight Loss
New research from Florida State University has found that people who focus on future goals lose more weight than people who focus on past successes.
Association for Behavior Analysis International to Host 37th Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado
Denver, CO—The Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) will host its 37th Annual Convention May 27–May 31, 2011, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, CO.
Gold Award For Prof. Erantha De Mel
"Optimizing the Infinite Mind" by Prof. Erantha De Mel won the Gold Award at the recently announced Living Now Book Awards 2011.
The University of Alternative Studies - Innovative Degrees in Psychical Studies
Today, the University of Alternative Studies is launching its first Bachelors of Science Degree Program in Telepathic Studies.
Association for Behavior Analysis International to Host Behavioral Economics Conference: From Demand Curves to Public Policy
The Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) will host a Behavioral Economics Conference on March 25 – March 27, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, IL. The conference is expected to attract attendees from around the world.