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Holistic Science: a participatory science of qualities

Holistic Science: a participatory science of qualities

An excerpt from ‘Exploring Participation’ (D.C.Wahl, 2002)

“The assumption is that our feelings in response to natural processes are not arbitrary but can be used as r...

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The Latest Science on Flexibility in Martial Arts

Flexibility is a vital part of martial arts training. High levels of flexibility allow taekwondo artists to kick high and jiu-jitsu artists to be highly mobile and efficient, while reducing the risk of injuries for all students. Thoug...

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Data Science Book: Everybody Lies

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz has written a very entertaining book on big data and how it can be used to understand Humankind. The main idea of Seth is that Google searches is the most powerful source of information to understand what peop...

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25 Science-Backed Ways to Feel Happier

You might like 34 Ways to Bust a Bad Mood in 10 Minutes or Less

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands!

Even as children, we’re taught to recognize and celebrate feelings of happiness—and it’s no wonder. Not only...

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Science Denial on Both Sides of the Aisle

As someone with a long history of loving science, it can be infuriating to see people cast it aside in favor of what they’d prefer to believe. When evidence is staring you in the face, can you really opt to believe in a world that wou...

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From the archives (1995): Guidelines for interpreting and reporting linkage results : Free Association

In 1995, Nature Genetics published a report by Eric Lander and Leonid Kruglyak, recommending clear statistical guidelines for reporting linkage results for complex traits. The paper had an immediate impact, setting the bar for what co...

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Ay-ur-WHO?

Ay-ur-WHO?

Ayurveda is the science of living in harmony with the natural world, handed down through the oral tradition in East India, Tibet, Sri Lanka and eventually written down in ancient Sanskrit. Later, it was: codified, tes...

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New Research From Psychological Science

Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science:

Paying Back People Who Harmed Us but Not People Who Helped Us: Direct Negative Reciprocity Precedes Direct Positive Reciprocity in Early Development

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What Holistic Therapies and Practices Help with Anxiety and Depression?

Latest research has found that around half of the people who suffer from anxiety and depression use some type of holistic therapy to assist with their symptoms.

Part of the reason people might be attracted to integrative care fo...

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Science Created Factory Farming. Science Could End It.

Science Created Factory Farming. Science Could End It.

Alternative meat companies like Beyond Meat and Impossible Burger could upend conventional agriculture by out-innovating it

Credit: NurPhoto/Getty Images

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New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

To research the mechanisms that make attention-bias modification (ABM) training beneficial for specific individuals, Price and colleagues tested people who were not medically treated for their anxiety. Participants received 8 sessions...

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