General Psychology

I received an email this morning from a reader across the ocean: I was impressed (hailing from England) that you have a picture of Stonehenge on your page at www.Psychlinks.ca. Do you see Stonehenge as a image of tranquility, wellness? By the way I stumbled across your work, researching Bi-Polar…

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From a recent post on the blog of the British Psychological Association: Lying is common at age two, becomes the norm by three by Christian Jarrett, BPS research Digest February 22, 2013 They’re too young to need to fib about lipstick on their collar or even their unfinished homework but…

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A Certain Je Ne Sais Quoi: The Origin of Foreign Words Used in English by Chloe Rhodes Readers Digest Books, 2010 Carpe Diem and Become a Word Connoisseur! English is filled with a smorgasbord of foreign words and phrases that have entered our language from many sources — some from…

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