Latest Psychological testing Stories
A new study by the Medical Research Council (MRC) has found evidence that spending hours in front of the TV or playing video/computer games each day does not have as much of an influence on a child’s social development as previously suggested.
Scientists emotional intelligence in Vietnam veterans say theirs is the first study to provide a detailed look at how different brain regions can affect emotional intelligence.
Researchers have set out to debunk the myth that IQ is an accurate way to measure intelligence, and the results of their study are already rattling conventional wisdom about what makes us smart.
Here’s another study for the “obvious” file: Women are smarter than men. As you reach for this file (which by now should be located in an easy-to-reach spot on your desk) you’ll likely notice several other stories bearing the same headline.
Conventional wisdom tells us that in the business world, "you are who you know" — your social background and professional networks outweigh talent when it comes to career success.
A study recently published by the University of Kentucky's Scott Livingston shows that physiological problems stemming from a concussion may continue to present in the patient even after standard symptoms subside.