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Digging into data logo Ten International Research Funders Announce Round Three of 'Digging into Data' Challenge
Released February 6, 2013
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Jaana Juvonen "Cool" Kids in Middle School Bully More, UCLA Psychologists Report
Released January 24, 2013
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people and society graphic Children’s Complex Thinking Skills Begin Forming Before They Go to School
Released January 23, 2013
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an owl monkey group Owl Monkeys Who "Stay True" Reproduce More Than Those With Multiple Partners, Penn Study Finds
Released January 23, 2013
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people and society graphic Don't Read My Lips! Body Language Trumps the Face for Conveying Intense Emotions
Released January 15, 2013
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image of a lady sleeping The Connection Between Memory and Sleep
Released January 14, 2013
Science Nation
image of a neuron Study Shows Cognitive Benefit of Lifelong Bilingualism
Released January 9, 2013
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image of a baby Baby Smiles Provide Clues to Healthy Development
Released January 7, 2013
Science Nation
Bonobos Kisantu and Liyaka share a piece of fruit Bonobos Will Share With Strangers Before Acquaintances
Released January 2, 2013
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men in Twa society (Uganda) regularly climb trees Did Fossil Lucy Walk, Climb or Both?
Released December 31, 2012
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an owl pipe found in an early village excavation Study of Pipestone Artifacts Overturns a Century-old Assumption
Released December 18, 2012
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image of a howler monkey Monkey Business: What Howler Monkeys Can Tell Us About the Role of Interbreeding in Human Evolution
Released December 7, 2012
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News thumbnail Making Sustainability Policies Sustainable
Released November 30, 2012
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News thumbnail Moral Evaluations of Harm Are Instant and Emotional, Brain Study Shows
Released November 28, 2012
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News thumbnail New Studies Show Moral Judgments Quicker, More Extreme Than Practical Ones--But Also Flexible
Released November 28, 2012
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Richard Petty Bothered by Negative, Unwanted Thoughts? Just Throw Them Away
Released November 26, 2012
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image of brain waves Brain Waves Encode Rules for Behavior
Released November 21, 2012
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News thumbnail Estrogenic Plants Linked to Altered Hormones, Possible Behavior Changes in Monkeys
Released November 19, 2012
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examples of experimental hafted points Archaeologists Identify Oldest Spear Points
Released November 15, 2012
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examining the Kathu Pan 1 lithic collection Archaeologists Identify Spear Tips Used in Hunting a Half-million Years Ago
Released November 15, 2012
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people and society graphic Exploring the Financial Costs of Sadness
Released November 14, 2012
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people and society graphic The Collapse of Classic Maya Civilization Linked to Drought
Released November 9, 2012
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Douglas Kennett Climate Change Had Political, Human Impact on Ancient Maya
Released November 8, 2012
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people and society graphic UNM Research on Disintegration of Maya Political Systems and Climate Change Featured in Science
Released November 8, 2012
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a venus symbol carving from Chichen Itza in Mexico Extreme Weather Preceded Collapse of Maya Civilization
Released November 8, 2012
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image of microlith blades Small, Lethal Tools Have Big Implications for Early Modern Human Complexity
Released November 7, 2012
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Kristen Hawkes Grandmas Made Humans Live Longer
Released October 24, 2012
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video clip used to teach an artificial language Language Is Shaped by Brain's Desire for Clarity and Ease
Released October 16, 2012
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a child participates in the marshmallow experiment The Marshmallow Study Revisited
Released October 11, 2012
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people and society graphic UCLA Researchers Discover That the Sleeping Brain Behaves As If It's Remembering Something
Released October 7, 2012
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