They think it makes them look weak, and avoiding that is evidently more important to them than demonstrating responsible behavior
Phil Anderson’s article “More Is Different” describes how different levels of complexity require new ways of thinking. And as the virus multiplies and spreads, that’s just what the human race desperately needs...
The pandemic is no excuse to abandon chronic disease management and prevention
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The 2010 May edition of our beloved Carnival of Evolution is up today on the official blog for Springer Verlag’s journal, Evolution: Education and Outreach.
A few Israeli selections for tonight. ???? ???? ?? ?????? – Haruach Teshaneh et Kivunah Lyricist: Astar Shamir Composer: Uri Zach Singer: Harel Skaat ???
h/t to Dr. Isis for this awesome video. Did you miss my Psychology and Neuroscience Editor’s Selections at ResearchBlogging.org? Here you go again.
Yesterday, at our department’s end-of-the-year party, I was informed that I was one of two winners this year of the Outstanding Research Poster Award.
What information is contained in the call of a mammal? Some calls might reflect the internal emotional state of the animal, like fear or anxiety, or they can refer to an external object, agent, or event, like the presence of a predator...
Say you’re visiting Los Angeles and you have a sudden craving for Chinese food. Since you are only visiting, you might not be aware that nothing is open past, like, 10pm (not even coffee houses), but you get in your rental car and go driving around in search of your Chinese feast anyway...
Lots of great Psychology and Neuroscience blogging this week! Here’s are my ResearchBlogging Editor’s Selections for this week, covering some complex psychological and neurological disorders...
Editor’s note: If you are offended by cholesterol, or are a health and nutrition blogger, or an obesity blogger, avert your eyes. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
“Cooking is like love, it should be entered into with abandon or not at all” –Harriet van Horne Science, too, I think.
Editor's note: Joshua Hartshorne is a graduate student at Harvard University's Psychology Department interested in human behavior and language. He wrote the open letter below because HBO is currently creating a new fantasy language, called "Dothraki," for an upcoming television adaptation of George R...
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