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5 Simple Ways to Zombie Proof Yourself from the Walking Dead

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What better way to zombie-proof yourself than to shrink your brain? That’s right, you can easily make yourself too stupid to be a target for the walking dead with these five simple techniques. Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Zombie Proof Yourself from the Walking Dead

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Step-by-step recipe for meeting your academic goals

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If you could just make yourself study… If you could just make yourself read the textbook… If you could just quit wasting so much time on FaceBook… If you could just make yourself get up in the morning…

Psychology research has unlocked the secret to willpower. Discover the step-by-step, simple method for achieving your goals, whether those goals are academic or physical. Click here to find out how.

Does Race Affect Academic Performance?

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It does. And so does gender. Exactly how it effects your test scores totally depends on the thoughts floating around in your head, no matter what color it is. In fact, race and gender aren’t really the culprit; for that we have to look to stereotypes.

In the classic study on stereotype threat researchers Claude Steele and Joshua Aronson looked at the performance of African American and White college students. The African American students’ performance on the GRE test varied markedly when they were primed to think of the test in two different ways. When the GRE was presented as a measure of intelligence African American students performed Continue reading Does Race Affect Academic Performance?

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Smarter in Seven Minutes a Day

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According to the American College of Sports Medicine’s Health & Fitness Journal, you can get a health-helping workout in just seven minutes a day. Using their carefully designed regimen of thirty second bursts of activity and ten second rest periods, you can hit every major muscle group, and do so in an order that maximizes results. How can this help your gray matter? There’s excellent research to show that a healthier body lets your brain perform at peak!