Neuroscience

How marketing decoys influence decision-making

The neural underpinnings of the decoy effect—a marketing strategy in which one of three presented options is unlikely to be chosen but may influence how an individual decides between the other two options—are investigated ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Research finds a connection between bonding and matched movements

(Medical Xpress)—Humans have a tendency to spontaneously synchronize their movements. For example, the footsteps of two friends walking together may synchronize, although neither individual is consciously aware that it ...