Psychology Magazine


  • The Dalai Lama’s Atlas of Emotions

    Dalai Lama’s Atlas Emotions

    You might have a look at this curious website pointed to by Kevin Randall, an atlas of emotions developed by Paul Ekman and collaborators commissioned by the... Read more

    The 24 May 2016 by   Deric Bownds
  • Looking the Part!

    Looking Part!

    YesterdayI bought my very own riding hatMy Dad and I went in to a shop in town It's actually the shop where I buy my dogs foodThey have everything in that shop! Read more

    The 22 May 2016 by   Rubytuesday
  • Using the Human Brain to Understand “omics” in Autism

    Using Human Brain Understand “omics” Autism

    by Shannon Ellis, Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins UniversityShannon Ellis, PhDAutism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder with a definitively established genetic... Read more

    The 19 May 2016 by   Autismsciencefoundation
  • Weather


    The weather in this part of the country has been glorious for the past few days Gone are the hats and scarves that were needed a few short weeks agoAnd out... Read more

    The 13 May 2016 by   Rubytuesday
  • The Shrunken Finger Illusion

    Shrunken Finger Illusion

    Ed Yong has a great write-up of an interesting little study in Current Biology (Ekroll, Sayim, Vander Hallen Wagemans, 2016) that caught my eye. Read more

    The 11 May 2016 by   Andrew D Wilson
  • Dealing with Sensitivities and Triggers When the Whole Family Has Autism Spectru...

    Dealing with Sensitivities Triggers When Whole Family Autism Spectrum Disorders

    These days, Autism Spectrum Disorders aren't uncommon. In fact, it’s pretty clear that there's a strong genetic link. People with ASDs Collect Together If you... Read more

    The 10 May 2016 by   Gbollard
  • Darkness in to Light

    Darkness Light

    You may remember last year And the year beforeMy Mum, my sister and I did the Darkness in to Light walk for Pieta HousePieta House help families and... Read more

    The 07 May 2016 by   Rubytuesday
  • Our Perception of Our Body Shape is Very Malleable - Making Your Finger Feel...

    Perception Body Shape Very Malleable Making Your Finger Feel Shorter.

    Here is a neat trick. It works! (I tried it). Ekroll et al. show that illusory visual completion of an object's invisible backside can make you finger feel... Read more

    The 06 May 2016 by   Deric Bownds
  • Semantic Maps in Our Brains - and Some Interactive Graphics

    Semantic Maps Brains Some Interactive Graphics

    Huth et al. have performed functional MRI on subjects listening to hours of narrative stories to find semantic domains that seem to be consistent across... Read more

    The 04 May 2016 by   Deric Bownds
  • Day 2 in Hospital


    Yesterday was a bit of a nightmareThe couldn't get any of my medsThe only one they could get was the mirtazapineThey had to order the reatAnd because it was a... Read more

    The 03 May 2016 by   Rubytuesday