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Wednesday, 4 January 2012

Ten Impressive Psychology Studies from 2011 (via Psychology Today)

A selection of great psych studies worth talking about

Trying to name the ten best psychology studies from any year is extremely hard for a couple of reasons: (1) What one person defines as the "best" will be different than another person's definition, and (2) So many excellent studies are conducted every year, choosing only ten is a fool's errand.

So instead of naming the best studies, what follows are ten studies that impressed me as the year rolled along, both for their intriguing topics and potential usefulness.

If you have 10m - 1 minute per study - you can check the 10 studies here: 10studies

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