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a diagram of the skilled task New insight into the neuroscience of choking under pressure
Released November 4, 2014
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Released September 2, 2014
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Eva Telzer Altruistic adolescents less likely to become depressed
Released April 24, 2014
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Released April 3, 2014
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Released December 27, 2013
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Released March 27, 2013
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Released March 13, 2013
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Released March 1, 2013
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Ellen Peters Good Mood Helps Boost Brain Power in Older Adults
Released January 30, 2013
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Richard Petty Bothered by Negative, Unwanted Thoughts? Just Throw Them Away
Released November 26, 2012
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Released October 23, 2012
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Released September 26, 2012
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photo of Jennifer Lerner Laboratory Study of Leaders Shows Surprising Result: As Leadership Responsibility Increases, Stress Declines
Released September 24, 2012
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Zheng Wang demonstrates physiological responses Your Body Doesn't Lie: People Ignore Political Ads of Candidates They Oppose
Released September 17, 2012
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Zheng Wang Study Shows Why Some Types of Multitasking Are More Dangerous Than Others
Released July 23, 2012
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image of a stack of books and apples Yale Study Concludes Public Apathy Over Climate Change Unrelated to Science Literacy
Released May 29, 2012
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image of carrots Why Do People Choke When the Stakes Are High?
Released May 9, 2012
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Zheng Wang Multitasking May Hurt Your Performance, But It Makes You Feel Better
Released April 30, 2012
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Released April 24, 2012
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Released January 10, 2012
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image of a couple watching the sun set New Study Shows Passing Mood Can Profoundly Alter 'Rational Decisions'
Released October 20, 2011
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image of a brain and food Think Healthy, Eat Healthy: Caltech Scientists Show Link Between Attention and Self-control
Released July 26, 2011
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Released June 22, 2011
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Ellen Peters Education More Important Than Knowledge in Stopping Spread of HIV in Africa
Released September 8, 2010
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a brain Major Moral Decisions Use General-purpose Brain Circuits to Manage Uncertainty
Released August 27, 2010
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Richard Petty People Reject Popular Opinions if They Already Hold Opposing Views, Study Finds
Released August 2, 2010
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Philip Fernbach A Diagnostic Approach to Alternatives Can Lead to Better Decision-making
Released March 1, 2010
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saggital fMRI view of the brain Caltech Scientists Find First Physiological Evidence of Brain's Response to Inequality
Released February 24, 2010
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