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NEET UG 2022 results: Psychologist share how students can deal with stress, anxiety

With NEET results announcement around the corner, psychologist share their suggestions on how to deal with anxiety and stress

Published on 7th September 2022
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Karnataka PUC exam: On day four, 5,225 students absent for Chemistry, Basic Math, Psychology and Hindustani music papers

According to Milind Chippalakatti, Head, Knowledge Management, Deeksha PU College, the Chemistry paper was moderately difficult

Published on 27th April 2022
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CISCE offers free NCERT courses in 11 subjects on SWAYAM. Here's how you can enroll

The last date to enroll for courses is March 31, 2022, and the courses will be available until May 31, 2022. There are 28 courses on offer

Published on 25th January 2022
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Here's how online learning affects children with special education needs

These recommendations are based on research with pediatric oncology patients, who suffered unique obstacles with online learning in the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 5th January 2022
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Storybooks early source of gender stereotypes for children, a new study finds

Previous research on children's books and gender stereotypes has relied mostly on content analysis

Published on 24th December 2021
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A start-up that provides mental health services using AI and IoT? Here's how that works

Kunwar Sahi, an LPU student, has developed NeuroX — a service that combines the field of psychiatry with biomedical engineering

Published on 17th December 2021
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OU relaxes eligibility criteria for distance learning courses in a bid to encourage more people to pursue higher education

The last date of application is December 15. Here are all the dates, links and details you need to know about the programme

Published on 7th December 2021
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Now here's a book by Psychology students that'll help adolescents navigate their emotions

Eesha Borthakur and Hiral S Shah have opened pre-orders for their book, A Joi Ride, that’ll help all those adolescents riddled with doubts steer through life with comparative ease

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Stressed teens benefit from coping online, but little goes long way. Here's more about it

The data were used to compare the emotional states of adolescents who used technology moderately, excessively, or not at all when coping with stress

Published on 25th August 2021
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Gender-disposed personality traits can explain salary gap: US study

In other words, women were unlikely to initiate a negotiation in either condition, but men differed based on the gender of the boss

Published on 10th August 2021
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Asked to write exams physically during pandemic, Psychology students of BNU's Montfort College cry foul. And the UGC agrees

The exams are slated to be held offline even amid the rising COVID-19 cases and a third wave looming around the corner, complain the students

Published on 6th August 2021
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The Family Fix: Are children growing apart from their parents despite all the time together during the pandemic?

Being human beings, each one of us looks for some sort of stability in life. The pandemic has brought uncertainty and instability with it

Published on 6th July 2021
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This Psychology student’s Instagram page is the dose of positive mental health reinforcement we need during COVID. Check it out! 

Adiba Mansoor Sait is using every aspect of Instagram, from Reels to Stories, to help you become woke about mental health

Published on 12th May 2021
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Childhood trauma could affect development, treatment of multiple sclerosis: Study

Multiple sclerosis is a progressive autoimmune disease in which the body attacks and strips away the protective coating around neurons, resulting in a wide range of neurological symptoms

Published on 30th January 2021
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Study finds experience of childhood emotional neglect can have generational impact

The findings suggest that childhood emotional neglect has intergenerational effects on brain structure and function. The significance of the stronger connection remains unclear

Published on 20th January 2021

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