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The psychology of COVID non-compliers revealed

People who buck COVID-19 restrictions tend to be less intellectual, more extroverted and male. Many nations who have endured extended periods of pandemic lockdowns have also seen a section of the community purposefully break restrictions, notably in the UK and ...

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Rethinking Darwin

A groundbreaking new book argues Charles Darwin has more to offer than just a theory of natural selection and challenges conventional assumptions about Darwin’s work on evolution. Written by Emeritus Professor Ben Bradley, Darwin’s Psychology – The Theatre of Agency ...

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Gaming or gambling? Often, they coalesce

Legendary: Game of Heroes is a free "intense and strategic puzzle role-playing game," its developer, N3twork, provides. "Build a team of legendary heroes, go on quests and defeat monsters. Your Legendary adventure begins today!" Although aimed at players aged 12 ...

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Leading psychologist dies in accident

The most internationally recognised and influential Australian quantitative psychologist of his era, Rod McDonald, has died in a snorkelling accident in Jamaica. Roderick Peter McDonald was born on April 16, 1928, in Sydney. His father was an accountant, his mother a ...

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