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Parents Who Support Corporal Punishment Do It a Lot

Thirty-three families allowed themselves to be recorded for up to six nights. Parents who said they supported corporal punishment did it often and with little provocation. Christie Nicholson reports


May 21, 2014 — Christie Nicholson

Don Corleone: Not a Nice Guy but No Psychopath

Mafiosi incarcerated in Italy scored lower than the threshold level for psychopathy on a standard test whereas half the run-of-the-mill inmates qualified as psychopaths. Allie Wilkinson reports


May 21, 2014 — Allie Wilkinson

How to Ask for Help

Asking for help seems simple enough, but if you’ve ever needed a hand, you know how hard it can be. Clinical psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen explains why it’s so challenging and shows you how it’s done...

May 21, 2014 — Savvy Psychologist Ellen Hendriksen

Extroversion Extends Benefits across Cultures

In a study covering five different countries, subjects reported feeling best on the days when they practiced what are considered extroverted actions. Christie Nicholson reports


May 14, 2014 — Christie Nicholson

Memories Can Be Edited

New advances in changing memories show the field could hold great promise for both therapy and theory of memory

May 13, 2014 — Fikri Birey
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