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Successful Teams Get (Physiologically) in Sync

By measuring synchrony of facial muscles and skin conductance, researchers can predict whether a team will succeed or struggle. ... More>


Negative People are More Dangerous Drivers

A combination of behavioral and neural measures reveals that neurotic negative people are more likely to get into car crashes. ... More>


Negative Emotional Cues Send Drivers to Distraction

New research investigating the role of emotions in distracted driving finds that hearing, as well as seeing, emotional words can have a significant impact on the way we drive. ... More>


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People Anticipate Others’ Genuine Smiles, But Not Polite Smiles

New research suggests that not all smiles are created equal -- people actually anticipate smiles that are genuine but not smiles that are merely polite. ... More>