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Do we trust robots enough to put them in charge?
The factors that cause people to accept robots, or not, will surprise you.
The Kinsey Scale Test and 3 other ways to find where you fall on the sexuality spectrum
Human sexuality spans too wide a scope to possibly be covered by a single test.
Our most recognizable screams are the most joyful
Happy screams were easier to pick out than those of fear or pain.
The science of serial killers is changing
In-depth analysis of murderers might help the rest of us, too.
You are disgusting in so many ways. Scientists just outlined six of them.
Humans learned disgust to avoid disease, but it’s turned into a complicated feeling.
Human flesh isn’t very nutritious
Prehistoric cannibals likely had other motivations
Here’s What Scientists Learned In The Largest Systematic Study Of Email Habits
For one thing, you’re shockingly predictable
Eye Contact: Not As Persuasive As We Thought
A new study finds more eye contact makes people less likely to agree with a persuasive argument, especially if they're already skeptical.
Meet Spaun, The Most Complex Simulated Brain Ever
The computer program recognizes items, learns and remembers--and even passes some basic components of an IQ test.
Why Do Children Think Covering Their Eyes Makes Them Invisible?
Young children nearly universally seem to think that closing or covering their eyes makes them invisible to others. Cambridge researchers are finding out why.