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fMRI and Psychological Science – Observer

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fMRI – Reading the brain
Observer Magazine – September 2006
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This entry was written by Christie, posted on February 26, 2007 at 11:27 pm, filed under Home, Print. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

What’s in a laugh? A lot when it comes to love

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By Christie Nicholson
Article published in The Montreal Gazette, Intelligencer Journal, The Arizona Republic and other papers in the U.S. and Canada.

A sense of humor equals sex appeal, but men and women differ on what’s so funny. New research explains why a witty quip and that infectious giggle are so attractive.
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A second shot at life (online)

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By Christie Nicholson
Article published in The Arizona Republic, The Berkshire Eagle, Naples Daily News, Telegram&Gazette, Johnson City Press, and other papers in the U.S.

Wealth, fame and a sexy new body can be yours in a virtual online game called “Second Life.” But the wildly popular game is not just pretend; it’s changing real lives.
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Early Alzheimer’s: the long goodbye

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By Christie Nicholson
Article published in The Austin-American Statesman, Intelligencer Journal and other papers in the U.S.

A play about the early stages of Alzheimer’s, performed by people suffering from the disease, is part of a recent push to bring attention to this particularly scary time, when those in the early stages are acutely aware that they are losing their minds.
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This entry was written by Christie, posted on February 25, 2007 at 11:30 am, filed under Home, Print. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

Need to fix a broken fin? Call the fish doctor

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By Christie Nicholson
Article published in The Chicago Tribune, The Oakland Tribune, The Berkshire Eagle, The Tri-Valley Herald, and other papers in the U.S.

People used to flush sick fish down the toilet, but these days an increasing number of pet owners are taking their goldfish to a veterinarian. Pet fish are now receiving medical care for broken fins, swimming disorders and cancerous tumors.
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This entry was written by Christie, posted on February 20, 2007 at 12:13 pm, filed under Home, Print. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink.

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