- Memes And Medals: The Week’s Best Psychology Links
Our weekly round-up of the best psychology coverage from elsewhere on the web Olympic athletes have always been under intense…
- How To Delay Alzheimer’s By 5 Years (M)
These activities can help to delay the onset of dementia by as much as 5 years.
- A Sign Of Omega-3 Deficiency
The correct type and ratio of essential fatty acids in the diet can prevent this common condition.
- The Common Drink That Boosts Weight Loss
The drink helps to regulate glucose levels.
- The Personality Type Linked To Poor Mental Health
This personality type affects around one in six people in the US.
- A Mental Sign Of Vitamin D Deficiency
Up to 70 percent of people could have a vitamin D deficiency.
- Third-Person Effect: Ads Only Influence Other People
Third-person effect in psychology is a theory that people think they are less influenced than others by adverts and persuasive messages.
- This Word Game Reveals A Really Creative Mind (M)
A simple word game reveals higher levels of divergent thinking, a critical component of creativity.
- Social Media Posts That Are Hostile Towards Political Opponents Get More Shares
By Matthew Warren. Work could help understand polarisation on social media and in society more widely.
- A Confident Sign Of High IQ
Academic achievement is linked to this bold and confident sign.
- OCD Symptoms: 15 Signs You Should Know
OCD symptoms and common signs of OCD, types of OCD, its causes and treatment and how to tell it from OCPD.
- The Common Drink Linked To Brain Shrinkage
High consumption of the drink is linked to a 53 percent increased risk of dementia.
- This Weight Loss Technique Works 8 Times Faster
How mental imagery can help you lose weight 8 times faster without dieting or exercise.
- Illusion of Control: A Cognitive Bias With Benefits
The illusion of truth is people's tendency to overestimate how much they control events in their lives.
- Some Teenagers At Risk Of Self-Harming Can Be Identified A Decade In Advance
By Emily Reynolds. Study suggests there is an "extended window" during which help and support can be offered.