Few visual impressions can be compared to humans’ interest for faces.New thesis suggests that our brain rewards us for looking at pretty faces.
Instead of shifting the responsibility on to the refugees, we need to treat them as fellow citizens and include them in our everyday lives, according to researcher.
The Oslo-based Lifespan Changes in Brain and Cognition has been named as a world-class research Group.
People born with a particular gene variant have a greater risk of developing depressions, a recent study from the Department of Psychology shows.
For the first time researchers have managed to reconstruct infants visual perception.
Reading Emotions from Body Movement: A Generalized Impairment in Schizophrenia
Jan 25, 2016
Body language reading is a social cognitive process with importance for successful maneuvering of social situations.
Dealing with the past: Survivors’ perspectives on economic reparations in Argentina
Jan 18, 2016
The experiences of persons affected by gross human rights violations during the dictatorship in Argentina, with regard to economic reparations for their suffering and losses, were explored.
Binge Drinkers Are Fast, Able to Stop – but They Fail to Adjust
Jan 11, 2016
Binge drinking leads to brain damage.