Tag: psychology

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Monkeys Pay to See Female Monkey Bottoms A new study found that male monkeys will give up their juice rewards in order to ogle pictures of female monkey’s bottoms. The way the experiment was set up, the act is akin to paying for the images, the researchers say. […] The study, announced Friday, is far …

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Science and Christianity Showcase

Allthings2all is hosting the Science and Christianity Showcase. It’s a clearinghouse for posts by Christians addressing the general theme of scientific reason as it relates to Christian faith. I submitted Jerry Nora’s primer on stem cells. The posts are diverse and many topics are covered. There is one topic, however, which was forbidden: creationism vs. …

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Salvation and Damnation = Incentives for Good Behavior?

Powerball asks an interesting question. Before I get to it, though. Here's a snippet of the article that made him ask it. It was discussed on The Marty Minto Show today. "Stacy Payne says both of her sons are smart, athletic and well-liked by their friends. But after hearing horror stories of teenage keg parties …

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Perspective on Blogging

I think we all gotta watch out for the addiction that blogging can be. The people who pay the biggest price for our extra hour or two a day of blogging are our families. If other people keep reading while we step aside awhile I think that is great. – from 21st Century Reformation’s Warnie …

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"Urge to Kill Rising…"

I’m thinking of adding some books to my reading list. God Help Me! These People Are Driving Me Nuts by Gregory Popcak Coping with Difficult People by Robert M. Bramson Since Strangling Isn’t an Option…: Dealing With Difficult People by Sandra A. Crowe 201 Ways to Deal With Difficult People by Alan Axelrod and James …

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