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( Political Ads Can Target Your Personality. Here's What Could Go Wrong
Feb 21st 2024, 16:15

This banner year for elections worldwide may witness the arrival of advertising tailored to your personality

( Why Writing by Hand Is Better for Memory and Learning
Feb 21st 2024, 15:45

Engaging the fine motor system to produce letters by hand has positive effects on learning and memory

( People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Have an "Exhausted" Immune System
Feb 21st 2024, 14:15

A long-awaited study of people with ME/CFS revealed differences in their immune and nervous system. The findings may offer clues about long COVID

( How to Close the 'Orgasm Gap' for Heterosexual Couples
Feb 21st 2024, 14:00

Researchers once faced death threats for asking women what gives them pleasure. Now they’re helping individuals and couples figure it out themselves.

( Virtual Bar Scenes Are a New Tool to Study Why People Commit Crimes in the Heat of the Moment
Feb 21st 2024, 12:00

Virtual-reality could assist researchers in decoding how emotions spur a decision to commit a crime

( Anger Can Help You Meet Your Goals
Feb 21st 2024, 09:30

This emotion can push people to overcome obstacles, though results are best when people keep their long-term aims in mind

( How Sleep Engineering Could Help Heal the Brain
Feb 21st 2024, 09:00

Stimulating the sleeping brain may ease suffering from memory loss, stroke or mental health problems

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