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Helen Thompson Woolley showed biology does not define gender
Woolley was one of the first to challenge stereotypes of what men and women were capable of.
Meditation isn’t always calming. For a select few, it may lead to psychosis.
Meditation has a very real effect on the brain—and for some people, there are side effects involved.
Why scientific evidence won’t change the minds of Loch Ness monster true believers
To handle potential discomforting thoughts, people rationalize their thoughts and actions.
Pro basketball players’ synchronous movements might help us predict the next NBA champ
On court body positioning is far from accidental.
Meet The Sourpuss Gene
A genetic variant predisposes people to perceive events more negatively than others.
Nerd Stereotype Might Drive Women Away From Computer Science
Psychologists at University of Washington reveal the impact of stereotypes on women's interest in computer science.
Young Adults Drink to Boost Their Chances of Hooking Up
“Liquid courage” gets scientific backing