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People who “drink to cope” can make their symptoms worse: study (bps.org.uk)
64 points by ChrisHardman29 43 days ago | past | 63 comments
Left-Wing Authoritarianism Real and Needs Taken Seriously Political Psychology (bps.org.uk)
38 points by mrfusion 62 days ago | past | 9 comments
Illusory Truth Effect: intelligence and analytical thinking offer no protection (bps.org.uk)
2 points by ta8645 4 months ago | past
It’s Surprisingly Common to Misremember Where You Were on a Specific Time (Cont) (bps.org.uk)
1 point by whack 5 months ago | past
Students Who Want to Cut Down on Their Drinking Often Feel Forced to Comp (Cont) (bps.org.uk)
4 points by whack 8 months ago | past
People with “Maladaptive Daydreaming” spend an average of four hours a da (cont) (bps.org.uk)
3 points by whack 8 months ago | past
It Turns Out You Can Bullshit a Bullshitter After All (bps.org.uk)
140 points by sohkamyung 9 months ago | past | 160 comments
Performing horizontal eye movement exercises can boost your creativity (2009) (bps.org.uk)
2 points by sjcsjc 10 months ago | past | 1 comment
Dancing plagues and mass hysteria (2009) (bps.org.uk)
1 point by mlfia on Oct 17, 2020 | past
Adults Put Off Crucial Conversations About Race Because They Mistakenly T (Cont) (bps.org.uk)
1 point by whack on Sept 24, 2020 | past
Most Milgram experiment subjects may have realized danger was simulated (2017) (bps.org.uk)
1 point by AndrewBissell on Sept 17, 2020 | past
Cat People, Beware – Posing with Your Pet Could Make You Appear Less Dateable (bps.org.uk)
2 points by bmcn2020 on Sept 17, 2020 | past
How to Get the Most Out of Virtual Learning (bps.org.uk)
2 points by yamman on Aug 8, 2020 | past
Eating Lunch at Desk Again? Study Examines Why Workers Don’t Always Take Breaks (bps.org.uk)
3 points by yarapavan on July 20, 2020 | past
When Reminded of Their Mortality, People Are More Likely to Donate Posses (Cont) (bps.org.uk)
2 points by whack on July 17, 2020 | past
Why are we so quick to scrutinise how low-income families spend their money? (bps.org.uk)
50 points by ingve on June 19, 2020 | past | 72 comments
Why some people find it harder to drag themselves to bed at night (bps.org.uk)
1 point by Z_Spark on June 18, 2020 | past
We often choose to avoid learning information that could benefit us (bps.org.uk)
1 point by hhs on April 23, 2020 | past
Study Satirises Measures of Social Media Addiction (bps.org.uk)
30 points by EndXA on April 15, 2020 | past | 5 comments
Having too much information can lead us to make worse decisions (bps.org.uk)
3 points by hhs on April 9, 2020 | past
Behavioral ‘nudges’ are ineffective at encouraging people to carpool (bps.org.uk)
1 point by hhs on March 26, 2020 | past
We consistently overestimate how much people will enjoy or pay for stuff (bps.org.uk)
2 points by hhs on Jan 16, 2020 | past
First Evidence That Even Lizards Succumb to Optical Illusions (bps.org.uk)
1 point by sohkamyung on Dec 10, 2019 | past
Abstaining from social media doesn't improve well being (bps.org.uk)
2 points by simonebrunozzi on Nov 29, 2019 | past
Study of “moral grandstanding” helps explain why social media is so toxic (bps.org.uk)
229 points by hhs on Nov 21, 2019 | past | 297 comments
Me and monotropism: a unified theory of autism (bps.org.uk)
1 point by fanf2 on Nov 15, 2019 | past
People Who Try to Be Environmentally-Friendly Are Happier (bps.org.uk)
3 points by elorant on Oct 31, 2019 | past
Want to know whether a psychology study will replicate? Ask a bunch of people (bps.org.uk)
3 points by hhs on Oct 17, 2019 | past
Culture Plays an Important Role in Our Perception of Musical Pitch (bps.org.uk)
1 point by laurex on Oct 17, 2019 | past
People prefer their jobs to be taken by robots, not other workers (bps.org.uk)
2 points by hhs on Oct 10, 2019 | past

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