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A new study investigates whether training adults in compassion can result in greater altruistic behavior and related changes in neural systems underlying compassion. ... More>
Diverse emotions like sadness, happiness, fear, and anger are all based on common building blocks of valence (i.e., pleasure/displeasure) and arousal, according to new research published in Psychological Science. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring reinforcement learning and cognitive load; biases in attention; neural underpinnings of change detection; and why people choose to earn more than they need to. ... More>