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  Money vs. Happiness05.14.09
 Researchers have found new evidence that "American Dream" achievements like wealth, fame and image are not the keys to happiness.

  Baby Names And Fads05.04.09
 New research published this week looks at baby names as a window into how popular trends catch on and die out.

  Go Play Outside03.16.09
 Psychologists have now found out that taking some time to interact with nature, even in cold weather, can make you a bit smarter.

  Voting Influence06.23.08
 Researchers have discovered that where you vote can influence how you vote. They found that images that surround you, what consumer researchers call "cues," could influence your decisions.

  Tip of the Tongue: Web Extra06.11.08
 ScienCentral went out on the streets of New York City to catch people having real tip-of-the-tongue experiences.

  Tip of the Tongue Learning06.10.08
 When you can’t quite remember a tricky word or somebody’s name, trying to excavate it from your memory might be the worst thing you can do, according to new psychology research.

  Robot Dog Therapy05.30.08
 New research suggests that robotic dogs can give you some of the same benefits you’d get from the real thing

  Virtual Alcohol Control05.27.08
 Scientists are using virtual reality to help alcoholics cope with situations that might get them in trouble.

  Schizophrenia Gene Puzzle05.23.08
 New research suggests that nearly every person with schizophrenia has a different genetic defect.

  Mood and Money05.20.08
 Feeling sad can be hard on the wallet. Psychology researchers have found that negative emotions can cost you three times more for the same item than being in a better mood.