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Essential Science: Can smiling a lot really make you feel better?

The coronavirus era may not give us too much to smile about, but being happy and walking around with a smile on your face does appear to pay dividends according to some new research from the University of South Australia.

Studying tweets reveals human life patterns

London - Drawing on social media for psychological analysis, researchers have shown how our mode of thinking alters at different times of the day, reflecting a 24-hour pattern consistent with the human body clock.

Psychologists use machine learning to diagnose depression

Austin - Psychologists from University of Texas at Austin have deployed the Stampede supercomputer help identify patterns in neuroimaging data that can predict for mental disorders.

Do psychological studies have an inherent problem?

Scientific studies are often well-designed and the results stand the test of time. But not always. One area with a great deal of uncertainty is psychology and a new review has found many studies are not reproducible.

Study: Men eat more food when dining with women

New York - Men will eat bigger meals when they are dining with women than they do when eating out with other men. The psychology at play seems to relate to men trying to impress women with their voracious appetite.

Poor sleep can contribute to risk of schizophrenia symptoms

Disturbed sleep and insomnia can increase a person's risk of suffering schizophrenia symptoms, according to a new study.

All in the eyes? New schizophrenia test

Aberdeen - A new test has been developed for the assessment and detection of schizophrenia. What is remarkable about the test is that instead of being based on psychological profiling, it takes the form of a simple eye test.

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