Posts in: psychology

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Your brain on lying

Your brain on lying

Some scientists are claiming that fMRIs are the key to lie detection. Is it true?

By | Posted January 30, 2012

The best of the best

The best of the best

Scienceline presents our top 10 staff picks of the year

By | Posted January 2, 2012

A fine-tuned grin

A fine-tuned grin

Science shows that the smile has evolutionary leanings

By | Posted November 17, 2011

Flying rhinos, flocking birds, and Barbie brains

Flying rhinos, flocking birds, and Barbie brains

Our favorites from the week

By | Posted November 11, 2011

Repeat after me

Repeat after me

Chanting may not be an exact science, but it does involve some calculations

By | Posted June 1, 2011

Broken hearts, spring flowers, and sexy statistics

Broken hearts, spring flowers, and sexy statistics

Our staff writers bring you their favorite links from the week.

By | Posted April 8, 2011

Exploding curry, Gorilla Glue and bloody marys

Exploding curry, Gorilla Glue and bloody marys

Our favorites from the week

By | Posted April 1, 2011

That's gross

That’s gross

Where does disgust come from?

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Political —  or politicized? — psychology

Political — or politicized? — psychology

Scientists combat the charge of ideological bias

By | Posted March 8, 2011

Happiness: Do we have a choice?

Happiness: Do we have a choice?

The many dimensions of what makes us happy, today and over a lifetime

By | Posted January 28, 2011

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