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Could Playing Immoral Video Games Promote Good Behaviour in The Real World?

1 July 2014

Could violent video games make you a more caring person, at least initially?

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Facebook Reveals Secret Experiment To Control Your Emotions

30 June 2014

Study in which Facebook manipulated the news feeds of almost 700,000 users for psychological research sparks controversy.

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The Lasting Impact of Early Life Stress on the Brain

29 June 2014

Results from a study of 128 children who had experienced neglect, abuse or other serious, chronic stressors early in life.

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Humming in Sync: How Our Brains Can Learn So Quickly

27 June 2014

What’s going on in the brain when we learn? (Apparently this one has learned to connect to WiFi.)

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How Long-Term Stress Affects Short-Term Memory

26 June 2014

Why do some people lose their short-term memory with age, while others remain unaffected?

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How to Use Language to Subtly Project Power

25 June 2014

Why framing the debate is such a powerful and subtle device.

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How the Brain Stores Memories

24 June 2014

Neuroscientists record activity of individual neurons to show how memories are formed in the living brain.

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