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Marcus has a degree in psychology, a masters degree in health psychology and has worked within the NHS as well as private organisations. Marcus started psysci a psychology and science blog in order to disseminate research into bitesize, meaningful and helpful resources that are interesting and insightful and often help people on the right track to improving their lives.

Nuphorin Review: Anxiety Relief Supplement

Our rating: Product name: Nuphorin Anxiety ReliefAnxiety affects every individual of all ages, especially women. It is one of the most common manifestations of many psychological problems such as phobias, panic disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorders. While it primarily affects the mental state, it can create physical symptoms like headaches, stomach upset, exhaustion and sleep […]

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Neuro Clarity Review: Brain Function Booster

Our rating: Product name: Neuro Clarity Brain Function Booster Neuro Clarity Product Review Neuro Clarity Product DetailsMain IngredientsVerdictPros..Cons..SummaryWhere To Buy Neuro Clarity  Neuro Clarity refers to itself as a #1 brain function booster nootropic, promising to aid the improvement of a variety of different cognitive processes. Some of these include brain function efficiency, decreased stress and anxiety, mind […]

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Do Binaural Beats Work?

Binaural beats are an auditory illusion in the brain, created when two tones of different frequency are presented to different ears. Depending on the frequency of the binaural beat, different brainwave states are said to be induced, or ‘entrained’. When it comes to binaural beats one of the first things that is already asked is: […]

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Ethical Issues in Psychology

Whether you are involved in teaching, practice or research, ethical issues in psychology should be at the forefront of everything that you do. Knowing the obvious and not so obvious ethical pitfalls is essential, this article will help remind you of some of the issues you may come up against. As with any science, psychology […]

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The Dispositional Hypothesis

When people infer causes about events or behaviours order to make sense of them, they are said to be making ‘attributions’. In psychological research, attributions can be classified according to a two-dimensional model: internal vs. external and stable vs. unstable. Internal and external refer to the nature of an inference that someone might make. Internal […]

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