Daydreaming – Is It Good For You?

By Dr. Jack Singer

Did you know that daydreams can have some big benefits? I know we have all been told at some point to pick our chin up off of our palm, stop staring out the window and quit daydreaming! Actually daydreaming is considered a very good thing indeed. Scientific interest in daydreaming was kicked off about ten […]

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Violent Video Games Make Children More Aggressive

By Dr. Jack Singer

Violent Video Games Make Children More Aggressive, Regardless of Gender or Culture For years it has been debated whether video games can actually have an emotional impact on youngsters, in terms of developing violent ways of treating others in order to accomplish their needs.  Parents often ask me whether they should allow their children to […]

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T-Nation Interview – Core Sports Performance

By Dr. Jack Singer

Interview with Dr. Jack Singer on Core Sports Performance Some time ago I was interviewed by Chris Shugart, the editor of T-Nation. When I came across this transcript it seemed a good idea to share it here. Enjoy! Mind Games The ball is snapped. The quarterback takes a few steps back and looks downfield. Nothing. Then […]

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New Research on Exercise and Weight Re-Gain

By Dr. Jack Singer

Losing weight can improve health and reduce disease risk, but many people have difficulty keeping the weight off. Now, researchers have found that exercising during weight re-gain can maintain improvements in metabolic health and disease risk. In the study, individuals who didn’t exercise during weight re-gain experienced significant deterioration in metabolic health, while those who […]

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