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psychonomic

(ˌsaɪkəˈnɒmɪk)
adj
(Psychology) of or relating to psychonomics
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The new study, published in the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, refutes the only other study on the subject of age perceptions and smiling.
author_access_token=1TPT2U-GjDGvrrILqxnDpZAH0g46feNdnc402Wrhzyo07oB0lrOSAmyMnZ3dopEn7TW8m13t8ksLPJfv69EGojdzoBiw04BUXUoZJcoMabBDE9GiGmm3hQSXN3jHwe_6ecIsRNdW2I7n1cIZcqdv4A==) Psychonomic Bulletin and Review , the study looked at the impact of facial expressions on perceived age.
The study appears in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
The study appears in the journal Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
The August 2009 issue of the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review published the findings of research by Viorica Marian and Marganta Kaushanskaya at Northwestern University, Illinois.
He continued to attack the practice in a talk last November at the Psychonomic Society's annual meeting in Minneapolis.
Memory can be boosted by aerobic exercise as a person gets older, says a study published in the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
Memory can be boosted by aerobic exercise as a person gets older, according to a study published in the Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.
Wilson, Margaret, 2002, "Six Views of Embodied Cognition", Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, vol.
In related news, Springer is adding several journals to its collection, including six journals from the Psychonomic Society.
A psychonomic response would be to deal with the basic human fears that are damaging the propensity to spend, i.