Nature Human Behaviour

Nature Human Behaviour publishes research of outstanding significance into any aspect of human behaviour: its psychological, biological, and social bases, as well as its origins, development, and disorders. The journal aims to enhance the visibility of research into human behaviour, strengthening its societal reach and impact.

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Nature
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Neuroscience

A new view of how the brain decides to make an effort

Neuroscientists have provided clear visual evidence that a region of the human brain known as the ventral striatum kicks in during decision-making to weigh the costs versus the benefits of making a physical effort.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Ranking the best ways to limit COVID spread

Less-intrusive, non-pharmaceutical interventions to limit the spread of COVID-19, such as effective communication strategies and government support, may be just as effective in slowing transmission as more intrusive solutions, ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Tea for ten? New online tool lets you calculate COVID-19 risk

If you were to find yourself in a group of ten people in the US capital Washington today, the risk that one person has COVID-19 would be 18 percent. The equivalent figure in Paris is 32 percent.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Physical distancing polices not enough to protect lower-income people

A new Boston University School of Public Health study of the first four months of America's coronavirus epidemic, published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, shows that physical distancing (also called "social distancing") ...

Neuroscience

From fluffy to valuable: How the brain recognises objects

To recognize a chair or a dog, our brain separates objects into their individual properties and then puts them back together. Until recently, it has remained unclear what these properties are. Scientists at the Max Planck ...

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