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Charan Ranganath Time Magazine Interview

Charan Ranganath Time Magazine Interview

Dr. Ranganath was interviewed by Time Magazine in relation to the memory aspects of Dr. Blasey Ford's testimony.

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Petr Janata: In the Groove

Petr Janata: In the Groove

Cognitive neuroscientist studies the psychology of music.

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Rick Robins named new Associate Editor at PSPR

Rick Robins named new Associate Editor at PSPR

Rick Robins will start his term as Associate Editor at Personality and Social Psychology Review (PSPR) in January 2018. PSPR is the premiere outlet for original theoretical papers and conceptual review articles in all areas of personality and social psychology.

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Chris Hopwood and Wiebke Bleidorn receive Animal Advocacy Research Fund grant

Chris Hopwood and Wiebke Bleidorn receive Animal Advocacy Research Fund grant

The Animal Advocacy Research Fund grant awarded funding to Chris Hopwood and Wiebke Bleidorn to study motives for ethical eating.The purpose of this project is to develop a model of individual and group differences in motives for ethical eating so that animal advocacy groups can tailor campaigns and maximize their impact on groups and individuals with different motives for plant-based diets.

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Visual Attention Drawn to Meaning, Not What Stands Out

Visual Attention Drawn to Meaning, Not What Stands Out

Findings by Professor John Henderson Overturn Widely Held Ideas of Visual Attention

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Oxytocin Turns Up the Volume of Your Social Environment

Oxytocin Turns Up the Volume of Your Social Environment

Before you shop for the “cuddle” hormone oxytocin to relieve stress and enhance your social life, read this: A new study from behavioral neuroscientists Natalia Duque-Wilckens and Brian Trainor suggests that, sometimes, blocking the action of oxytocin in the brain may be a better option.

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Susan Rivera's research highlighted in ScienMag

Susan Rivera's research highlighted in ScienMag

Her new findings may help develop a marker to identify anxiety in children with fragile X syndrome and other developmental disorders, and open avenues for future treatment options.

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Slate article spotlights Bleidorn research

Slate article spotlights Bleidorn research

Study looks at motherhood and self-esteem.

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