Are You a Hair-Twirler, Nail-Biter or Knuckle-Cracker?

Are you a toe-tapper, hair-twirler, eye-blinker, head-nodder, nail-biter, knuckle-cracker, skin-picker, lip-licker, shoulder-shrugger or a chin-stroker? Call it a nervous habit or tic, almost everybody has at least one — whether they are aware of it or not... <<Read Article>>
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How is the world feeling? Largest real-time mental health survey investigates

An ambitious app-based research project is hoping to change the conversation surrounding suicide and mental health by collecting the moods of millions of people from around the world over a 1-week period in October.   <<Read Article>>
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Study provides evidence of the influence of emotion awareness on the development of attention in preschool children

Young children, who possess a good understanding of their own emotions and of those of their fellow human beings early on, suffer fewer attention problems than their peers with a lower emotional understanding...   <<Read Article>>
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Google Frees Its Dream Robots to Run Wild Across the Internet

Tech firm opens up its image processing neural-network algorithm and people create awesome images. Google has made its “inceptionism” algorithm available to all, allowing coders around the world to replicate the process the company used to create mesmerising dreamscapes with its image processing neural-network... <<Read Article>>
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Benefits of extracurricular sports extend into the classroom

Researchers have found that children participating in extracurricular sporting activities are more likely to follow rules and remained focused in the classroom... <<Read Article>>
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Sleep deprivation could reduce intrusive memories of traumatic scenes

A good night's sleep could be the wrong response to trauma.  A good night's sleep has long been recommended to those who have experienced a traumatic event...   <<Read Article>>
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