Recent Posts in September, 2012

  • Priming Implicit Memories

    Priming Implicit Memories
    Who was the first president of the United States? That’s right. George Washington. That is what we call an explicit memory. You know exactly where that file is in the storeroom, and you have no ...
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  • Imaginary Friends

    Imaginary Friends
    Does your child have an imaginary friend? If so, it is nice to know this is nothing to worry about. Roughly two-thirds of children have an imaginary friend at some point during early childhood, and it ...
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  • The Personal Fable of Parents

    The Personal Fable of Parents
    One of the quirky side effects to development during adolescence is something called the “personal fable.” Teenagers are feeling and thinking things for the first time, and for some reason they become ...
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