Why People Pay So Much For Celebrity Relics?

The Yale psychologists found that a sweater owned by a popular celebrity become more valuable to people if they learned it had actually been worn by their idol and not cleaned since.

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Conventional Way Of Learning Contradicted By Research

The idea that individuals have specific learning styles, that some are visual learners and others auditory while some are either ‘left brain’ or ‘right brain’, a team of psychologists found out that such idea does not seem to get support in a review made in the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest.

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Does Oxytocin Affect Human Social Behavior?

In a report published in Science of last year, it was based on an experiment where subjects had distributed money to both “in and an out group” of people.

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Are Men Smarter Than Women In The Field Of Math And Science?

There are so much discussion regarding a controversial hypothesis about differences in the sexes’ aptitude for math and science.

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