Psychology & Psychiatry

We are more sensitive to temperature than we thought, study reveals

An experiment conducted by Laura Battistel involved the use of four temperature-controlled climate chambers, ranging from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius. Twenty-six participants were involved: 13 men and 13 women. Volunteers had ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Why do we cradle babies in one specific arm?

You probably haven't ever given it much thought, but almost everyone cradles a baby in one specific arm. The vast majority of people always cradle a baby in the crook of their left arm.

Neuroscience

More parallel 'traffic' observed in human brains than in animals

In a study comparing human brain communication networks with those of macaques and mice, EPFL researchers found that only the human brains transmitted information via multiple parallel pathways, yielding new insights into ...

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