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Michael Murphy, grad alumni in Association for Psychological Science: Immune response may link social rejection to later health outcomes.
Michael Murphy, grad alumni in Association for Psychological Science: Immune response may link social rejection to later health outcomes.

WEB URL: http://www.psychologicalscience.org/index.php/news/releases/immune-response
-may-link-social-rejection-to-later-health-outcomes.html

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Date Posted: 10/24/12

Robert Hare in The Vancouver Courier: Winning at all costs notion of success failing middle class. More peacemakers, healers needed.
Robert Hare in The Vancouver Courier: Winning at all costs notion of success failing middle class. More peacemakers, healers needed. Psychopathy is found in four percent of corporate CEOs.

WEB URL: http://www.vancourier.com/Winning+costs+notion+success+failing+middle+class
/7338979/story.html

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Date Posted: 10/24/12

"Born to be Good", a documentary focusing on Kiley Hamlin's work/topic of research premiers on The Nature of Things on Thursday, Oct. 25th CBC TV.

WEB URL: http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/episode/born-to-be-good-1.html
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Date Posted: 10/18/12

Elizabeth Dunn in The Vancouver Sun: Mother of two found the secret to overcoming her abuse-filled childhood to find happiness.
Elizabeth Dunn in The Vancouver Sun: Mother of two found the secret to overcoming her abuse-filled childhood to find happiness.  Liz Dunn is attracting international attention for her research into money and happiness.

WEB URL: http://www.vancouversun.com/health/There+something+about+lorna/7354731/stor
y.html

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Date Updated: 10/17/12
Date Posted: 10/17/12

Janet Werker in CNN Health: Depression and antidepressants seem to make a difference when babies show sensitivity to different languages.
Janet Werker in CNN Health: Depression and antidepressants seem to make a difference when babies show sensitivity to different languages.

WEB URL: http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/08/does-moms-depression-affect-babys-
language/

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Date Updated: 10/17/12
Date Posted: 10/17/12

The Psyched! newsletter has moved to an entirely online format. To check it out, visit here: http://psanewsletter.wordpress.com/.

WEB URL: http://psanewsletter.wordpress.com
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Date Posted: 10/15/12

Janet Werker will be giving the Presidential Special Lecture at the 2012 Society of Neuroscience 42nd meeting in New Orleans on October 16th. The title of her talk is "Prenatal exposure modulates language attunement in infancy".

WEB URL: http://www.sfn.org/am2012/home.aspx
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Date Updated: 10/11/12
Date Posted: 10/11/12

Adele Diamond in The Vancouver Sun: Teaching children self-regulation will have impacts far beyond the classroom, including improved mental health and lower crime rates.
Adele Diamond in The Vancouver Sun: Teaching children self-regulation will have impacts far beyond the classroom, including improved mental health and lower crime rates.

WEB URL: http://www.vancouversun.com/technology/schools+promote+student+self+discipl
ine/7287707/story.html

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Date Posted: 10/11/12

Don Dutton in National Post: B.C. man returns to Ireland to seek out and marry 'striking' mystery woman.
Don Dutton in National Post: B.C. man returns to Ireland to seek out and marry 'striking' mystery woman.

WEB URL: http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/09/19/b-c-man-returns-to-ireland-to-seek-
out-and-marry-striking-mystery-woman/

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Date Posted: 10/11/12

Annamay Pierse, undergrad alumni in Edmonton Journal: Canadian Olympian and former world record holder concludes international swimming career.
Annamay Pierse, undergrad alumni in Edmonton Journal: Canadian Olympian and former world record holder concludes international swimming career.

WEB URL: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/sports/Annamay+Pierse+concludes+internationa
l+swimming+career/7262748/story.html

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Date Posted: 10/11/12

Janet Werker in UBC Public Affairs: Maternal depression affects language development in babies.
Janet Werker in UBC Public Affairs: Maternal depression affects language development in babies. Maternal depression and a common class of antidepressants can alter a crucial period of language development in babies.

WEB URL: http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/2012/10/08/maternal-depression-affects-lang
uage-development-in-babies/

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Date Updated: 10/09/12
Date Posted: 10/09/12

A conversation with Joe Henrich on Edge. How culture drove human evolution.
A conversation with Joe Henrich on Edge. How culture drove human evolution.

WEB URL: http://edge.org/conversation/how-culture-drove-human-evolution
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Date Posted: 10/03/12

Kiley Hamlin, Elizabeth Dunn, and Lara Aknin, grad alumni in CNN Living: Young children are happier to give rather than to receive.
Kiley Hamlin, Elizabeth Dunn, and Lara Aknin, grad alumni in CNN Living: Young children are happier to give rather than to receive.

WEB URL: http://www.cnn.com/2012/09/17/living/giving-makes-children-happy/index.html
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Date Posted: 10/03/12

Stan Coren in The Telegraph: Why we can still feel tired during the week even after a good weekend lie-in.
Stan Coren in The Telegraph: Why we can still feel tired during the week even after a good weekend lie-in. Stan Coren author of Sleep Thieves claims we lose one IQ point for each hour of sleep loss the previous night.

WEB URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/features/9546327/End-the-nightmare-of-sleep
-loss.html

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Date Posted: 10/03/12

Ron Rensink and Helene Gauchou, post doc in The Epoche Times: Findings suggest we may have a powerful "second intelligence" resting beyond our conscious minds which is accessible under the right conditions.
Ron Rensink and Helene Gauchou, post doc in The Epoche Times: Findings suggest we may have a powerful "second intelligence" resting beyond our conscious minds which is accessible under the right conditions.

WEB URL: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/science/ouija-board-gives-psychologists-acc
ess-to-unconscious-mind-293087.html

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Date Posted: 10/03/12

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