In this article, Hannah Baer explores the complex processes in our brain that literally make our brain bibber with fear while we experience anxiety.
How do we connect with others in times of the Coronavirus? Anna Henschel shares insights from social neuroscience on how we can feel close despite physical separation.
A roundup from the Pint of Science event “Identity and Psychology” Part 2
Miruna investigates how the need to conform can push us beyond the limits of collaboration
A recent experiment draws out the potential benefits of doodling.
Chaotic environments such as messy kitchens can cause stress, which can then lead us to over-snack on calorific treats – twice as many cookies according to this study!
Touching a robot’s bottom triggers an unconscious emotional reaction – suggesting we respond to humanoid robots as if they are people, not computers.
Feeling guilty about spending your precious time playing games online? Feel guilt no more. Find out why in this article.