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About Fathers
Research on fathers and what they contribute to their children and their families.
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Anthropology in Practice
Anthropology in Practice (AiP) is designed to bring anthropology to the general public. It lays bare the relationships we have to each other and the world by drawing on practical, everyday events to explain anthropological theory
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Anthropology in Practice
No summary available for this site.
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Body Horrors
http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/bodyhorrors/2012/10/22/aids_in_pre_aids_era/#.UZETSCsjqnk
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Curving Normality
Curving Normality is an academic website and blog maintained by Rense Nieuwenhuis. Rense is employed as a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Twente. At the Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies (IGS) I work on my thesis, with the working title: The (in)compatibility of women’s fertility and employment in OECD countries, 1970-2000. Curving Normality is a platform for sharing a variety of my activities and interests. Academic life is full of events worth sharing. Also, I blog about some of the papers and books I read for research, and maintain a short list of selected data.
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CUSP
A Psych Today blog about being twentysomething.
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enfascination
Seth Frey, social scientist
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frans goes blog
Frans Mäyrä's personal blog site
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Gender Is Not Sex(y)
Feminism and more interesting stuff
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Ingo Rohlfing
Associate Professor for Political Science, Qualitative Methods at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)
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Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research Blog
Recent social psychology research conducted by Mark Rubin, a researcher at the University of Newcastle, Australia.
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Markus Giesler's Newswire - Markus Giesler
News and Stories about technology markets by Markus Giesler, marketing professor at the Schulich School of Business
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NeoAcademic
My home area is Industrial/Organizational Psychology, the application of psychological principles to the working world. In particular, I’m interested in how the Internet has and will change the way work is conducted. Social media and 3D virtual environments are at the frontiers of both research and practice, and they are my focus. I use this blog to provide live coverage of academic conferences that I am attending, report on current research in technology applied to work, and promote my lab’s research.
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Nicebread
Psych & Stats
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Occ Psy Dot Com
Occ Psy Dot Com aims to present current occupational psychology research and perspectives in an accessible way.
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Positively Social
Blog about psychology and research methods by a graduate student in social psychology
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PSY'N'THESIS
Investigación & nuevas ideas en psicología Research & new ideas in psychology
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Psych Your Mind
The goal of this blog is to better understand why people think, feel, and behave the way they do. This, we can all agree, is more difficult than it sounds. If for example, we are trying to explain why my neighbor bangs on the ceiling whenever I'm at home in my apartment, we certainly can generate some theories (e.g., s/he is aggressively swatting flies, doing exuberant jumping jacks, etc...). What's unique, in some ways, about this blog is that we'll be generating theories about behavior from cutting-edge psychological science!
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Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast
The Psychology of Attractiveness Podcast is a monthly science podcast that highlights the most interesting and cutting edge findings from the field of attractiveness psychology. The podcast is produced by Dr. Rob Burriss of OracleLab.co.uk.
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PsySociety
PsySociety uses psychological research findings to examine and understand pop culture & current events - sports, TV shows, movies, music, historical happenings, and more.
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PsySociety
Blogging at the intersection of psych and pop culture.
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Quantensprung
A German blog about Science and Communications.
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Research and Study
Research&Study brings you news about the University of Tampere, Finland – studies, research and teaching – and about life at the University.
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Resilient Development of Socio-Economic Systems
Agent-based models, behavioral and empirical analyses shedding light on the socio-economic mechanisms which promote and sustain development
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Ross Ziegelmeier
Musings about science in society.
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sidewayslookatscience
Science tells us a lot about the universe. But it also tells us a lot about people – what interests us, what we think is worth studying, what we want to know. The universe has quite a lot of facts in it, science is our chosen way of organising them, and the choices made along the way are fascinating. So when a new discovery is reported in the media, or a new research project gets underway, there is more to discuss than simply the facts. Sideways Look At Science takes a peek at the human side of science, through a ragtag bunch of topical, historical, and just plain interesting examples. The author is currently studying sociology of public science at the department of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge. He also performs stand-up comedy with academic humour groups The Bright Club and ScienceShowoff, and writes for the journal Triple Helix
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Sifting the Evidence
Blogging about research and ideas in the field of Epidemiology and Public Health
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Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
Andrew Gelman is a professor of statistics and political science and director of the Applied Statistics Center at Columbia University.
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The Central Node
The Central Node is a network science information aggregator maintained by the Network Science Center at West Point(NSC). NSC brings together service members, civilians, and cadets to research and develop significant contributions in the study of network representations of physical, biological, and social phenomena leading to predictive models.
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The Ideophone
Sounding out ideas on African languages, vivid sensory words, and iconicity
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