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  1. News - World - PSYCHOLOGY

    Gender divide exists even in nightmares, study finds

    Posted Feb 05th 2014, 07:35pm by GDN

    ... The Guardian in London Women's bad dreams tend to be personal, while men face down calamities, study finds Gender divide, even in nightmares When Professor Antonio Zadra began investigating nightmare narratives, he expected to hear a lot about chases. But the stories were considerably more varied and interesting- one simply involved a large, ominous owl- and revealed some ...

  2. News - World - PSYCHOLOGY

    Fear of the dentist is indeed all in your head, study finds

    Posted Nov 11th 2013, 08:40pm by GDN

    ... The Guardian in San Diego People terrified by sounds of dental surgery show marked differences in brain responses compared with those who are relaxed Fear of the dentist? It is all in your head The whir of a dentist's drill might bring on the shakes and a racing heart, but what happens in the brain has long been a mystery. Now researchers in Japan believe ...

  3. Lifestyle - Books - PSYCHOLOGY

    Book review: Office Politics, by Oliver James

    Posted Mar 10th 2013, 12:00am by GDN

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  4. Lifestyle - Books - PSYCHOLOGY

    Book review: The Examined Life, by Stephen Grosz

    Posted Mar 10th 2013, 12:00am by GDN

    ... remote from ordinary social interactions than most talking therapies, can be made perfectly accessible and even tempting to anyone who can read. Guardian News & Media ...

  5. Lifestyle - Technology - PSYCHOLOGY

    Placebo effect has subliminal triggers, new study shows

    Posted Sep 16th 2012, 12:00am by GUARDIAN

    ... The Guardian Subconscious cues in the environment can make patients heal faster, a study shows Placebo effect has subliminal triggers Subliminal information can trigger the placebo effect and its opposite, the nocebo effect, researchers say. The finding suggests that patients with certain ailments may feel better or worse depending on subtle cues their brains pick up from ...



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