Late last week, a group of scientists published some pre-review research indicating that people were more likely to use low-saturation Instagram filters like Inkwell when feeling depressed. Well, obviously, says Picasso. Groundbreaking stuff, guys. Even if there's a real association between filters and feelings, the paper's data hasn't been vetted by other scientist—so it's still a bit premature to act like a keyboard psychiatrist whenever you see a friend's selfie recreating Eric Draven's rooftop guitar solo from The Crow .

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Late last week, a group of scientists published some pre-review research indicating that people were more likely to use low-saturation Instagram filters like Inkwell when feeling depressed. Well, obviously, says Picasso. Groundbreaking stuff, guys. Even if there's a real association between filters and feelings, the paper's data hasn't been vetted by other scientist—so it's still a bit premature to act like a keyboard psychiatrist whenever you see a friend's selfie recreating Eric Draven's rooftop guitar solo from The Crow .

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Late last week, a group of scientists published some pre-review research indicating that people were more likely to use low-saturation Instagram filters like Inkwell when feeling depressed. Well, obviously, says Picasso. Groundbreaking stuff, guys. Even if there's a real association between filters and feelings, the paper's data hasn't been vetted by other scientist—so it's still a bit premature to act like a keyboard psychiatrist whenever you see a friend's selfie recreating Eric Draven's rooftop guitar solo from The Crow .

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Performance psychology is the study and application of psychological principles of human performance to help people consistently perform in the upper range of their capabilities and more thoroughly enjoy the performance process.

Sport psychology is a multidisciplinary field spanning psychology, sport science and medicine. It encompasses training in the development and use of psychological skills for optimal performance of athletes, in the well-being of athletes, in the systemic issues associated with sports settings and organizations and in developmental and social aspects of sports participation.

Submissions should contain information, questions, or comments relevant to the mental aspects of sport, performing arts, military service, exercise, business, gaming, or any other performance domains.

Previous studies have identified many factors that contribute to the risk of heart disease: traditional ones, like low income or smoking but also psychological ones, like stress. The Penn researchers demonstrated that Twitter can capture more information about heart disease risk than many traditional factors combined, as it also characterizes the psychological atmosphere of a community.

They found that expressions of negative emotions such as anger, stress and fatigue in a county's tweets were associated with higher heart disease risk. On the other hand, positive emotions like excitement and optimism were associated with lower risk.

Researchers have long assumed that the psychological well being of communities is important for physical health, but is hard to measure. Using Twitter as a window into a community's collective mental state may provide a useful tool in epidemiology and for measuring the effectiveness of public-health interventions.

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Late last week, a group of scientists published some pre-review research indicating that people were more likely to use low-saturation Instagram filters like Inkwell when feeling depressed. Well, obviously, says Picasso. Groundbreaking stuff, guys. Even if there's a real association between filters and feelings, the paper's data hasn't been vetted by other scientist—so it's still a bit premature to act like a keyboard psychiatrist whenever you see a friend's selfie recreating Eric Draven's rooftop guitar solo from The Crow .

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Performance psychology is the study and application of psychological principles of human performance to help people consistently perform in the upper range of their capabilities and more thoroughly enjoy the performance process.

Sport psychology is a multidisciplinary field spanning psychology, sport science and medicine. It encompasses training in the development and use of psychological skills for optimal performance of athletes, in the well-being of athletes, in the systemic issues associated with sports settings and organizations and in developmental and social aspects of sports participation.

Submissions should contain information, questions, or comments relevant to the mental aspects of sport, performing arts, military service, exercise, business, gaming, or any other performance domains.

Previous studies have identified many factors that contribute to the risk of heart disease: traditional ones, like low income or smoking but also psychological ones, like stress. The Penn researchers demonstrated that Twitter can capture more information about heart disease risk than many traditional factors combined, as it also characterizes the psychological atmosphere of a community.

They found that expressions of negative emotions such as anger, stress and fatigue in a county's tweets were associated with higher heart disease risk. On the other hand, positive emotions like excitement and optimism were associated with lower risk.

Researchers have long assumed that the psychological well being of communities is important for physical health, but is hard to measure. Using Twitter as a window into a community's collective mental state may provide a useful tool in epidemiology and for measuring the effectiveness of public-health interventions.

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