A researcher at TAU is working to understand how the mechanisms of the fusiform gyrus process information about how we recognize faces and interpret facial expressions. Future research could help develop new computer algorithms for facial recognition.
New research from psychologists at UWIC states that listening to music does not enhance cognitive performance while participating in recall tasks.
Psychologists at Harvard University have developed two new tests which they believe can predict a patients risk of attempting suicide. Initial results show that patients who have strong associations between “self” and “death” are six times more likely to attempt suicide than those who associate “self” with “life”.
New research shows that narcissistic hetrosexual males express hostility most strongly towards hetrosexual females, and also believe that hetrosexual relationships should be patriarchal.
A new study from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research states that 1 in 5 California residents believe they are in need of mental health treatment.
Over the past six months, we have posted a number of articles concerning the increasing number of teenage suicides in the small Welsh town of Bridgend and its surrounding areas. As of Sunday, November 9th 2008, there have been 21 reported suicides within this region in addition to a number of attempted suicides. To fully understand these macabre events, it is vital to understand a little about the area.