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It’s easy to feel nervous and awkward when applying for a new job. Unless you’re already working and a potential employer is trying to poach you, you’re essentially at the […]... More>
Watching someone else safely interact with a supposedly harmful object can help to extinguish conditioned fear responses, and prevent them from resurfacing later on. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring: social power and self-projection; craving suppression and rebound effects; physical activity, BDNF, and working memory; and learning associations between objects during word learning. ... More>