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Stephen T. Colbert discusses research on "truthiness" published in the Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. ... More>
Who (and What) Can You Trust? How Non-Verbal Cues Can Predict a Person’s (and a Robot’s) Trustworthiness
People face this predicament all the time—can you determine a person’s character in a single interaction? Can you judge whether someone you just met can be trusted when you have only a few minutes together? And if you can, how do you do it? Using a robot named Nexi, Northeastern University psychology professor David DeSteno and collaborators Cynthia Breazeal from MIT’s Media Lab and Robert Frank and David Pizarro from Cornell University have figured out the answer. ... More>
APS Fellow Niels Birbaumer is a leading researcher on brain-computer interfaces (BCI), which allow communication from the brain to an external device for patients who otherwise could not communicate through muscle movements to produce speech, gestures, or eye-movements. ... More>
“Helicopter parent” is a 21st century term for parents that “hover” over their children, monitoring and micromanaging their every move. Although parents may find this hard to do, research shows More>
GoCognitive provides free access to tools on cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Today's interview spotlight is on Gerd Gigerenzer. ... More>