Psychology Today

Twelve books that will help you become a scientific-thinking, hominid-loving, space-literate, creative skeptic with a fit body and brain in 2014!

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The only goal of the fashion neuroscience industry is to use science-sounding terms or out-of-context anecdotes to add a sense of validity to whatever narrative it is trying to sell.

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In response to some truly startling data, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued stringent new guidelines on how much television, video games, and social media a child should do each day. Getting there will likely pose a huge challenge for parents.

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Become a regular. Drink the brew. Be part of the conversation. Learn which folks are just talk and which ones can really make things happen. Leave your better judgment at the office. Say “yes” to wiggy-cool projects and “no” to incremental fine tuners.

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A new study asked whether racism accelerates aging for African-American men. The study measured age-related shortening in the ends of chromosomes (or telomeres). Surprisingly, the study found that experiences of racial discrimination were not related to biological aging.

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