ALL POSTS TAGGED WITH Psychology
12/24/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Virtual reality has a wide variety of uses, ranging from augmenting entertainment experiences to helping pilots train for actual flight.

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-12-24-education-and-intervention-new-training-lab-uses-virtual-reality.html

12/13/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Food labels might not seem like a big deal, but more often than not, their messages and keywords shape your

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-12-13-labeling-matters-new-study-shows-snack-foods-contribute-to-overeating.html

12/11/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Mindfulness can help people with cancer, their family, and caregivers, according to a meditation teacher. Emily Herzlin, a meditation teacher

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-12-11-meditation-teacher-shares-insights-about-how-mindfulness-can-help-people-with-cancer-their-family-and-caregivers.html

11/29/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Mindfulness has been getting a lot of buzz as a way to combat stress recently, and this is one trend

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-11-29-meditation-can-reduce-stress-but-only-if-you-really-want-it-to-the-first-step-in-reducing-cortisol-is-acceptance-new-study-finds.html

11/26/2017 / By Rita Winters

Each and every person defines nature in his own way. For some, nature may be a city park. Others consider

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-11-26-the-evolution-of-reality-psychology-professor-explains-how-each-generations-perception-of-their-environment-changes-the-definition-of-the-natural-world.html

11/13/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study found that a healthy gut can lessen the effects of trauma, as reported by Science Daily. Researchers from

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-11-13-healthy-gut-found-to-reduce-effects-of-trauma-study-explains-the-link-between-gut-microbiome-and-ptsd.html

11/09/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Have you ever had the urge to do something that you should not, like wanting to eat junk food when

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-11-09-how-well-do-you-resist-temptation-researchers-explore-why-some-people-have-more-self-control-than-others.html

11/04/2017 / By Russel Davis

Eating alone proves to be detrimental to the body’s overall health, according to a study published in the journal Obesity Research

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-11-04-dont-eat-alone-its-bad-for-your-heatlh-especially-if-youre-a-man-according-to-new-research.html

10/31/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Do you find your mind wandering at work? New research reveals that daydreaming is not actually bad; instead it is

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-10-31-are-you-a-daydreamer-a-new-study-says-that-means-youre-extra-smart-and-creative.html

09/17/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A study by Michigan State University (MSU) scientists found that sleep may affect an eyewitness’s memory of a crime, as

http://www.mindbodyscience.news/2017-09-17-sleep-affects-eyewitness-memory-of-a-crime-according-to-scientists.html

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