Posts in: psychology

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Why dogs growl and light flickers

Why dogs growl and light flickers

Iconicity may play a surprisingly large role in the English language

By | Posted February 29, 2016

Acting out

Acting out

Theater-based therapy may improve autistics’ social skills

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PODCAST: Decrypting You on the streets of New York City

PODCAST: Decrypting You on the streets of New York City

If you get angry while walking in crowds, you’re not alone

By | Posted February 23, 2016

About face

About face

Why we keep seeing faces in cars, electrical outlets and even cappuccinos

By | Posted February 2, 2016

VIDEO: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

VIDEO: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

What a divisive food argument can teach us about psychology

By | Posted January 31, 2016

VIDEO: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

VIDEO: Is a hot dog a sandwich?

What a divisive food argument can teach us about psychology

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Seeing through the eyes of an expert

Seeing through the eyes of an expert

What can we learn from the way experts see the world?

By | Posted January 2, 2016

Our misguided pursuit of happiness

Our misguided pursuit of happiness

Americans are surprisingly bad at figuring out how to be happy

By | Posted November 5, 2015

VIDEO: These babies are made for talkin'

VIDEO: These babies are made for talkin’

Researchers are studying autism to gather clues about how babies learn to speak

By | Posted October 9, 2015

VIDEO: These babies are made for talkin'

VIDEO: These babies are made for talkin’

Researchers are studying autism to gather clues about how babies learn to speak

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