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  1. Transferring the physical mass of the body into awareness (0 replies)
  2. Is science just another dogmatic religion in disguise? (0 replies)
  3. Never Dis-Ability (1 reply)
  4. Human Brain Is Wired for Harmony (1 reply)
  5. Social Behaviors Increase in Children with Autism in the Presence of Animals Compared to Toys (0 replies)
  6. False Beliefs Persist, Even After Instant Online Corrections (0 replies)
  7. Quadruple helix DNA discovered in human cells (0 replies)
  8. Quartz glass can preserve data for millions of years (0 replies)
  9. Kindness key to happiness and acceptance for children (0 replies)
  10. Lighter-than-air material called aerographite discovered (0 replies)
  11. Humans Smell Fear, and It's Contagious (0 replies)
  12. New study suggests humans are not naturally violent (0 replies)
  13. Bhutan Pledges to be First 100% Organic Nation (0 replies)
  14. Scientists find physical clutter negatively affects your ability to focus, process information (1 reply)
  15. Listening to Complainers Is Bad for Your Brain (0 replies)
  16. Karate punching power 'all in the brain' (0 replies)
  17. Moved: Many human 'prototypes' coexisted in Africa (-- replies)
  18. Mean comments online arise from a lack of eye contact more than from anonymity, according to new study (0 replies)
  19. Study reveals lengths commuters go to avoid each other (0 replies)
  20. Altruistic people have more gray matter in temporoparietal junction (0 replies)
  21. Synchronized Brains: Feeling Strong Emotions Makes People's Brains 'Tick Together' (0 replies)
  22. Report: 'Over-Consumption' Threatening Earth (0 replies)
  23. Religion & Brain: Belief Decreases With Analytical Thinking, Study Shows (0 replies)
  24. Highly religious people are less motivated by compassion than are non-believers (0 replies)
  25. Scientific evidence proves why healers see the 'aura' of people (0 replies)
  26. Oetzi the Iceman's blood is world's oldest (3 replies)
  27. Analytical thinking erodes belief in God (0 replies)
  28. XNA is synthetic DNA that’s stronger than the real thing (0 replies)
  29. Study Proves Sexy Women Are Perceived As Objects (0 replies)
  30. Robotic Fish Accepted by Real Fish as Leader (0 replies)
  31. New biological studies reconfirm that “human nature” is no excuse for violence (2 replies)
  32. 6-Month-Old Infants Understand Words (0 replies)
  33. The Impact of Bad Bosses (0 replies)
  34. Research: Wealthy More Likely To Lie, Cheat (0 replies)
  35. World's Pyramids Beaming Energy To Mysterious Space Cloud (1 reply)
  36. Terrified Woman From Another Universe Wakes Up Here (3 replies)
  37. How recent solar flares are effecting humans (1 reply)
  38. Babies Are Born With “Intuitive Physics” Knowledge (0 replies)
  39. Low IQ & Conservative Beliefs Linked to Prejudice (0 replies)
  40. Study Finds Few Well-Being Advantages to Marriage Over Cohabitation (0 replies)
  41. Men and women have major personality differences (0 replies)
  42. Punishment Helps Kids Learn To Lie (0 replies)
  43. Scientists create first 3-D map of human genome (0 replies)
  44. Thoughts of God Make Us Slackers, Study Suggests (0 replies)
  45. Why Some People Say 'Sorry' Before Others (1 reply)
  46. Fairies stop developers' bulldozers in their tracks (3 replies)
  47. Do Me A Favor So You'll Like Me: The Reverse Psychology of Likeability (0 replies)
  48. Ignorance is bliss when it comes to challenging social issues (2 replies)
  49. Walking through doorways causes forgetting, new research shows (0 replies)
  50. What We Can Learn From the Dutch About Teen Sex (0 replies)
  51. What Lucky People Do Differently than Unlucky People (2 replies)
  52. Skin's eye-like receptors can see UV light (0 replies)
  53. The 13 Crystal Skulls Will Arrive In San Francisco On 11-11-11 (0 replies)
  54. Your DNA may carry a ‘memory’ of your living conditions in childhood (0 replies)
  55. Researchers have found evidence for the existence of a hypnotic state (0 replies)
  56. IQ 'can change in teenage years' (0 replies)
  57. Unexplained communication between brain hemispheres without corpus callosum (0 replies)
  58. Easily embarrassed? Study finds people will trust you more (0 replies)
  59. How Friends Ruin Memory: The Social Conformity Effect (0 replies)
  60. How Television Can Make You Believe Things That Aren't True (0 replies)
  61. What You Don't Know Can Kill You (0 replies)
  62. Study: Stockbrokers More Competitive, Willing To Take Risks Than Psychopaths (0 replies)
  63. Epigenetic clue to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (1 reply)
  64. Scientists Discover 'Hidden' Code in DNA Evolves More Rapidly Than Genetic Code (1 reply)
  65. Fatherhood Decreases Testosterone (0 replies)
  66. Dopamine System in Highly Creative People Similar to That Seen in Schizophrenics, Study Finds (1 reply)
  67. People are biased against creative ideas, studies find (0 replies)
  68. Females can control the evolution of male handsomeness (0 replies)
  69. Boredom Can Fuel Hostility Toward Outsiders (0 replies)
  70. You Become What You Pretend To Be (0 replies)
  71. A study based on a survey of thousands of people from 123 countries reveals the universal needs that make us happy (0 replies)
  72. Scientists discover tipping point for the spread of ideas (0 replies)
  73. Religion may become extinct in 9 nations, study says (0 replies)
  74. 10 Psychological Effects of Nonsexual Touch (0 replies)
  75. Are Smart People Getting Smarter? (0 replies)
  76. Study suggests non-corporal discipline aids children’s executive-functioning ability (0 replies)
  77. Scientists identify seventh and eighth bases of DNA (2 replies)
  78. Epigenetic 'memory' key to nature versus nurture (0 replies)
  79. Popular TV Shows Teach Children Fame Is Most Important Value (0 replies)
  80. Alpha males are more stressed out than their lowly counterparts (0 replies)
  81. Water levitated by Tibetan singing bowls (1 reply)
  82. Is the internet bringing out your dark side? (0 replies)
  83. Israeli software finds bible was written by multiple authors (0 replies)
  84. 'Cultured' people found to be happier and less stressed (0 replies)
  85. Humans May Have 'Magnetic' Sixth Sense (0 replies)
  86. Lab yeast make evolutionary leap to multicellularity (0 replies)
  87. City living affects your brain, researchers find (0 replies)
  88. Scientists Create Artificial Brain With 12-Second Memory (0 replies)
  89. 5-year-old Queens prodigy can speak seven languages, play six instruments (0 replies)
  90. Geometry skills are innate, Amazon tribe study suggests (0 replies)
  91. The Amondawa Tribe in the Amazon Has No Concept of Time (0 replies)
  92. 1 in 5 Atheist Scientists Are Spiritual (0 replies)
  93. How You Speak Is Just As Important As What You Say (0 replies)
  94. 'He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not...': Women Are More Attracted to Men Whose Feelings Are Unclear (0 replies)
  95. Ten years in a desk job 'doubles bowel cancer risk' (even if you go to the gym) (0 replies)
  96. People Control Thoughts Better When They See Their Brain Activity (0 replies)
  97. Ceiling Height Influences the Notion of Freedom and Thinking Processes (0 replies)
  98. An autistic 12 yr old boy with a 170 IQ develops his own theory of relativity (0 replies)
  99. Romantic Rejection May Hurt Just Like Physical Pain (0 replies)
  100. The science of empathy (0 replies)
  101. Quantum physics explanation for smell gains traction (1 reply)
  102. Twelve unsustainable things that will soon come to a disastrous end on our planet (0 replies)
  103. Cats Adore, Manipulate Women (1 reply)
  104. A Nation of Wimps (0 replies)
  105. Why women get anxious at that 'time of the month' (2 replies)
  106. People with low self-esteem show more signs of prejudice (0 replies)
  107. Scientists create illusion of having 3 arms (0 replies)
  108. Scientific Proof that Galactic Energies Have Triggered Worldwide Consciousness Expansion (3 replies)
  109. Extra testosterone reduces your empathy (0 replies)
  110. Thinking about differences can help you understand other people better (0 replies)
  111. The downfall of science and the rise of intellectual tyranny (0 replies)
  112. Writing About Worries Eases Anxiety and Improves Test Performance (0 replies)
  113. Earth’s ‘wobble’ means your zodiac sign may be wrong (2 replies)
  114. "Listening" to your heart may offer subconscious clues, study says (0 replies)
  115. People with right wing views have a larger area of the brain associated with fear (0 replies)
  116. Uncertainty Can Increase Romantic Attraction (1 reply)
  117. Scientists find evidence for 'chronesthesia,' or mental time travel (0 replies)
  118. Doing good may increase endurance and willpower (0 replies)
  119. Social Activities Effective in Preventing Depression Among Older Adults (0 replies)
  120. New research shows imagining food consumption reduces actual consumption (0 replies)
  121. Dramatic study shows participants are affected by psychological phenomena from the future (0 replies)
  122. source of good news (1 reply)
  123. Pollutant Changes Sexual Preference (2 replies)
  124. Study: Making Pornography More Accessible May Curb Child Abuse (5 replies)
  125. Young Christians Desert US Churches (0 replies)
  126. Doomsday vault begins deep freeze (6 replies)
  127. Discoveries about the brain (63 replies)
  128. Scientists faking results and omitting unwanted findings in research (1 reply)
  129. What the U.S. Can Learn from the Dutch About Teen Sex (0 replies)
  130. Blue light taps directly into your emotions (0 replies)
  131. New psychiatric disorders flag normal human behaviors as "diseases" (3 replies)
  132. German study finds happiness is based on choices, not genes (0 replies)
  133. Screen time linked to psychological problems in children (0 replies)
  134. After traumatic event, early intervention reduces odds of PTSD in children by 73% (0 replies)
  135. An ode to the many evolved virtues of human semen (0 replies)
  136. Your brain lies to you (2 replies)
  137. Children Under Four and Children With Autism Don't Yawn Contagiously (0 replies)
  138. Video games make you faster and smarter (0 replies)
  139. Over 50? You probably prefer negative stories about young people (0 replies)
  140. Women Feel More Pain Than Men (1 reply)
  141. Humans 'subconsciously mimic other accents' (0 replies)
  142. Our best and worst moments occur within social relationships, research shows (0 replies)
  143. Relaxing bedtime routine helps children to sleep soundly (0 replies)
  144. The rich have more money but the poor are rich in heart: study (0 replies)
  145. Circumcision Rate Drops In United States (16 replies)
  146. Oh, Brother: Boys Seem to Delay Sisters' Maturation (0 replies)
  147. Neptune 'dead zones' hold more rocks than asteroid belt (0 replies)
  148. Childhood memories of father have lasting impact on men's ability to handle stress (0 replies)
  149. Stereotyping has a lasting negative impact (0 replies)
  150. Research shows what you say about others says a lot about you (0 replies)
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