Monthly Archives: May 2012

What Is the “Bible of Psychiatry” Supposed to Do? The Peculiar Challenges of an Uncertain Science

What Is the “Bible of Psychiatry” Supposed to Do? The Peculiar Challenges of an Uncertain Science. What Is the “Bible of Psychiatry” Supposed to Do? The Peculiar Challenges of an Uncertain Science The American Psychiatric Association have just published the latest update … Continue reading

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Research challenge week winners

Well done to Faye, Zoe and Issy for winning the Learning approach research challenge cup! The girls worked together on investigating whether TV and magazine adverts had an influence on the type of make up that people bought. They identified that different … Continue reading

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Research challenge week winners

Congratulations to Connor, Theo and Eddy for winning the Brain pokers research cup for their Evidence of practice research in the Biological approach. A very scientific look at the differences in problems solving abilities of different genders. They used new … Continue reading

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