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A final message from the Psychology Blog.  This service is closed effective today.  We will review the possibility of re-opening in the fall of 2005.  In the meantime click here to go to the psychology website MOVIN ON... for continued updates and information on the topics we have covered for the past two years on this blog.



Fri, 10 Jun 2005 13:42:29 GMT

Brain damage linked to welding. According to this release, a Mayo Clinic case series analysis has pinpointed for the first time syndromes associated with toxic damage to the brain and nervous system from manganese fumes generated during welding. The analysis also revealed that all affected patients shared a risk factor: welding with inadequate ventilation. ... [CogNews]

Thu, 09 Jun 2005 14:43:00 GMT

Love may be a lateralized brain function, like speech. Love may be a lateralized brain function, like speech As reported previously, here's a followup... You just can't tell where you might find love these days. A team led by a neuroscientist, an anthropologist and a social psychologist found love-related neurophysiological systems inside a magnetic resonance imaging machine. They detected quantifiable love responses in the brains of [...] [World of Psychology]

Wed, 08 Jun 2005 13:37:23 GMT;from=rss

Tue, 07 Jun 2005 20:10:56 GMT

Study: U.S. Leads In Mental Illness, Lags in Treatment. Study: U.S. Leads In Mental Illness, Lags in Treatment One-quarter of all Americans met the criteria for having a mental illness within the past year, and fully a quarter of those had a "serious" disorder that significantly disrupted their ability to function day to day, according to the largest and most detailed survey of the nation's [...] [World of Psychology]

Tue, 07 Jun 2005 20:10:31 GMT

John F. Kennedy. "Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other." [Motivational Quotes of the Day]

Tue, 07 Jun 2005 20:09:44 GMT

Depression and the Road to Recovery. While many people think depression is a short-term illness, more than 1 in 3 patients' has a chronic course. These patients often have residual symptoms that linger long after the sadness goes away. More.... [About Psychology]

Tue, 07 Jun 2005 20:09:10 GMT

Pain: Key to Depression Recovery. According to new research, addressing the painful symptoms of depression is key for recovery. A new study presented at the American Psychiatric Association annual meeting explores the role of painful physical symptoms, such as backache and shoulder pain, in predicting... [About Psychology]

Mon, 06 Jun 2005 13:20:51 GMT

IBM links with Swiss team to build model of brain. LONDON (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp (IBM) is linking with a team of Swiss scientists to create the world's first accurate, computer-based model of the brain, the U.S. company said on Monday [Reuters: Science]

Mon, 06 Jun 2005 13:19:45 GMT

A Mineral for Mental Energy. Chromium may play an important role in regulating mood. [Psychology Today]

Sat, 04 Jun 2005 13:28:28 GMT

The Science of Gender and Science. The Science of Gender and Science Wow. If you're looking for an in-depth debate about the whole controversy surrounding women in academia, science, and innate traits, this one is it. The debate includes audio and video clips, as well as their slide presentations. The debate, between Steven Pinker and Elizabeth S. Spelke, features these two eminent [...] [World of Psychology]

Fri, 03 Jun 2005 17:13:33 GMT

Lessons from School. College and the age of depression. [Psychology Today]