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Up Your Online Dating Game with Evidence-Based StrategiesFeb 14, 2015 Listen
Junk Diet Rewires Rat BrainsFeb 07, 2015 Listen
High Price Tag on Meds May Boost HealingJan 31, 2015 Listen
Publication Bias May Boost Findings for Bilingual Brain BenefitsDec 31, 2014 Listen
Inclusion Illusion Lessens Racial BiasDec 20, 2014 Listen
Blood Test Forecasts Concussion SeverityDec 16, 2014 Listen
Bouncy Gait Improves MoodDec 08, 2014 Listen
Synchronized Walking Reduces Opponent's Perceived SizeNov 09, 2014 Listen
Big Parental Control May Stunt Kid AssertivenessNov 03, 2014 Listen
Lots or Little Sleep Linked to Sick DaysSep 29, 2014 Listen
Can’t Take My Eyes off You—Your Face, That IsSep 06, 2014 Listen
Talking to Strangers Makes You HappyAug 30, 2014 Listen
People Think Experiences Bring Happiness, Still Opt for ThingsAug 24, 2014 Listen
Childhood Stress Decreases Size of Brain RegionsAug 16, 2014 Listen
Even Monkeys Believe In Hot StreaksAug 12, 2014 Listen
Brain State Bread Crumbs Lead Way Back to ConsciousnessJul 29, 2014 Listen
Body's Pain Perception Mapped for First TimeJun 23, 2014 Listen
Vision Involves a Bit of Hearing, TooJun 02, 2014 Listen
Parents Who Support Corporal Punishment Do It a LotMay 22, 2014 Listen
Extroversion Extends Benefits across CulturesMay 14, 2014 Listen
Eaters Assume Crunchy Foods Have Fewer CaloriesMay 07, 2014 Listen
Stressed Teens May Be Better DriversApr 29, 2014 Listen
Mobile Phones Exert Emotional PullApr 21, 2014 Listen
Barbie Exposure May Limit Girls' Career ImaginationApr 12, 2014 Listen
Kids Books May Cause Confusion about AnimalsApr 08, 2014 Listen
Danger Explainers Convince Kids Better Than Do Edict IssuersMar 24, 2014 Listen
Youth Gang Membership Affects Mental Health Later in LifeMar 19, 2014 Listen
Infants Use Verbs They Know to Learn New NounsMar 11, 2014 Listen
Your Memory May Be EditedMar 03, 2014 Listen
Young Musicians Reap Long-Term Neuro BenefitsFeb 22, 2014 Listen
Movie-Watching Together Strengthens MarriagesFeb 09, 2014 Listen
Review Finds Meditation Somewhat Effective against Anxiety and DepressionJan 27, 2014 Listen
Brain-Training Games May Not Improve Overall IntelligenceJan 14, 2014 Listen
How Computers Affect Our MovementsJan 07, 2014 Listen
"Angelina Jolie Effect" Leaves Public with Inaccurate Knowledge of Breast Cancer RiskDec 27, 2013 Listen
Test Prep Doesn't Help Raise Intelligence ScoresDec 19, 2013 Listen
Pain Now Is Easier Than Pain LaterDec 13, 2013 Listen
We Are More Likely to Lie in the AfternoonNov 30, 2013 Listen
Overeating Due to Stress?Nov 17, 2013 Listen
Music Helps You Work HarderNov 02, 2013 Listen
Anxiety Increases with Online Health SearchesOct 26, 2013 Listen
Seeing Photos of Food Makes Actual Food Less TastyOct 09, 2013 Listen
Reducing a Fear During SleepOct 03, 2013 Listen
Generosity Can Breed ContemptSep 25, 2013 Listen
Babies Know Animals Have Gushy InsidesSep 15, 2013 Listen
When to Catch a Lie via TextSep 09, 2013 Listen
We Probably Won't Recycle Shredded PaperSep 03, 2013 Listen
Food Is Tastier When Part of a RitualAug 24, 2013 Listen
Limit Youth Football Practice Hits For Brain HealthAug 18, 2013 Listen
Portion-Size Label Influences Ingestion IntakeAug 03, 2013 Listen
Social Status Affects Who We Choose to BelieveJul 28, 2013 Listen
Happiness During Teen Years Predicts Happiness as AdultsJul 22, 2013 Listen
What Fighting Couples WantJul 15, 2013 Listen
Expansive Postures May Lead Us to DishonestyJul 09, 2013 Listen
Training Can Increase EmpathyJun 24, 2013 Listen
Memory Loss during MenopauseJun 12, 2013 Listen
The Quirk of a High IQJun 06, 2013 Listen
How to Enjoy Your DecisionMay 22, 2013 Listen
Inside the Mind of a PsychopathMay 14, 2013 Listen
Money Is Valued Differently Depending on How It's EarnedMay 08, 2013 Listen
Green Spaces Promote Happier CommunitiesApr 29, 2013 Listen
Memory Improves with SleepApr 15, 2013 Listen
Being Monkey in the Middle Is StressfulApr 10, 2013 Listen
Unhealthy Eating Leaves You in a Bad MoodApr 02, 2013 Listen
Mindfulness May Improve Test ScoresMar 28, 2013 Listen
We Think the Future Is Closer Than the PastMar 22, 2013 Listen
Sexting Habits of TeensMar 07, 2013 Listen
Studying Languages Can Grow the BrainFeb 28, 2013 Listen
Three-Year-Olds Know BetterFeb 18, 2013 Listen
You May Think Your Name Is RareFeb 11, 2013 Listen
We Are What We SmellFeb 03, 2013 Listen
Coffee Boosts Recognition of Positive WordsJan 30, 2013 Listen
Diapers Hinder Walking for BabiesJan 23, 2013 Listen
Images of Thin Bodies Impact Body PreferencesJan 15, 2013 Listen
Dexter Talks Psychopath Stress ManagementJan 08, 2013 Listen
Dan Ariely Talks Creativity and DishonestyDec 30, 2012 Listen
Natural Setting and Tech Break Boost CreativityDec 22, 2012 Listen
Civilian Trauma May Contribute to Combat PTSDDec 08, 2012 Listen
Bad Boys and Gals Present as More AttractiveDec 02, 2012 Listen
When Old Habits Die EasyNov 25, 2012 Listen
Rats' Whiskers Inspire New Way to SeeNov 14, 2012 Listen
Stable or Sexy? It Depends on OvulationNov 06, 2012 Listen
Cash Rewards Might Make Us UnhappyOct 29, 2012 Listen
How We Process Horrible SoundsOct 26, 2012 Listen
Helping Your Child Delay GratificationOct 15, 2012 Listen
When We Hear a SoundOct 01, 2012 Listen
The Difference between Honesty and CheatingSep 23, 2012 Listen
When the Bride Has DoubtSep 16, 2012 Listen
Fear Makes Art More EngagingSep 12, 2012 Listen
Improving Eyewitness Accuracy in Police LineupsSep 02, 2012 Listen
Why You Choose the Brands You DoAug 26, 2012 Listen
Attitudes toward Sex Are ChangingAug 19, 2012 Listen
Hoarders Have Their Own Category of DisorderAug 13, 2012 Listen
Wobbly Chairs May Affect Your ValuesAug 04, 2012 Listen
Some Multitasking Is More TaxingJul 28, 2012 Listen
Attraction between Friends of Opposite SexesJul 22, 2012 Listen
Our Friends' Weight Influences Our Weight Gain and LossJul 15, 2012 Listen
Lingering with a Decision Breeds More IndecisionJul 08, 2012 Listen
Do We Care About Future Generations?Jul 02, 2012 Listen
Confusion Helps Us LearnJun 25, 2012 Listen
America Needs to Study FractionsJun 16, 2012 Listen
Testosterone Promotes Aggression AutomaticallyJun 09, 2012 Listen
Different Sports Require Different MotivationJun 03, 2012 Listen
Watching Shot Can Boost PainMay 26, 2012 Listen
Meat-Eating Is Viewed as More of a Man's GameMay 21, 2012 Listen
When Pro-Vaccine Messaging BackfiresMay 13, 2012 Listen
Shut Off E-Mail to Ease Work StressMay 07, 2012 Listen
Keeping Secrets Weighs You Down, LiterallyApr 29, 2012 Listen
If We Feel Too Busy, It's Probably Due to Having Too Much Free TimeApr 22, 2012 Listen
Men Who Hold a Gun Appear Taller and StrongerApr 14, 2012 Listen
We Tend to Underestimate How Much We WeighApr 08, 2012 Listen
Ability to Learn Is Affected by the Timing of SleepMar 24, 2012 Listen
Mind Wandering Is Linked to Your Working MemoryMar 17, 2012 Listen
How to Gain Self-ControlMar 10, 2012 Listen
Hunger Affects What We SeeMar 04, 2012 Listen
Dehydration Affects Women's MoodsFeb 25, 2012 Listen
Why Online Dating Doesn't WorkFeb 18, 2012 Listen
If Time Is Money, Then Free Time Is FrustratingFeb 11, 2012 Listen
More Than One Blow for a Concussion in FootballFeb 05, 2012 Listen
How the Itch Informs the ScratchJan 28, 2012 Listen
Lack of Sleep Might Make You Feel HungrierJan 22, 2012 Listen
Men Spend the Big Bucks When Women Are ScarceJan 14, 2012 Listen
Cognitive Decline Sets in around Age 45Jan 08, 2012 Listen
The Elderly React Slowly Because They Want to Be RightDec 31, 2011 Listen
Toddlers Don't Monitor Their Own SpeechDec 24, 2011 Listen
A Quirk of Speech May Become a New Vocal StyleDec 17, 2011 Listen
Individuals Are Removed from Blame When in GroupsDec 11, 2011 Listen
Killing 1 Person to Save 5Dec 03, 2011 Listen
Dreams Help Soothe Your Bad MemoriesNov 28, 2011 Listen
Protein Might Ward Off Afternoon SnoozeNov 19, 2011 Listen
How We View Half-Naked Men and WomenNov 13, 2011 Listen
Brains Built to CooperateNov 06, 2011 Listen
Be Afraid, but Not Too AfraidOct 31, 2011 Listen
Are Men Funnier Than Women?Oct 24, 2011 Listen
Body Language Improves Our CommunicationOct 19, 2011 Listen
Young Children Think Differently about OwnershipOct 09, 2011 Listen
Clothing Reveals Racial StereotypesOct 01, 2011 Listen
Speech Disorders May Be Helped Using Rhythm and Familiar WordsSep 29, 2011 Listen
Scientists Find a New Way to Measure PainSep 20, 2011 Listen
Musicians Maintain Hearing BetterSep 14, 2011 Listen
Overeating Depends on ContextSep 03, 2011 Listen
Global Survey Links Religion and HappinessSep 01, 2011 Listen
Ability for Mathematics May Be InbornAug 21, 2011 Listen
Spoiling the Ending Makes for a Better StoryAug 14, 2011 Listen
More Football Players Found to Suffer from Degenerative DiseaseAug 07, 2011 Listen
Panic Attack Sufferers Are Unaware of SymptomsJul 30, 2011 Listen
Compulsive Gamblers Combine Impulsiveness with IrrationalityJul 17, 2011 Listen
Hot Baths May Cure LonelinessJul 02, 2011 Listen
Paying in Cash Keeps Us HealthyJun 25, 2011 Listen
Small Study: Young Gang Members Want Dogs Mostly for CompanionshipJun 18, 2011 Listen
Inattentional Blindness Can Make You Not Perceive EventsJun 11, 2011 Listen
Math Learning Disability as Common as DyslexiaJun 04, 2011 Listen
The Blind Use the Visual Cortex to Process SoundMay 28, 2011 Listen
Rude People Can Be Perceived as PowerfulMay 22, 2011 Listen
How to Speak PersuasivelyMay 14, 2011 Listen
Know ThyselfMay 07, 2011 Listen
First Impressions Can Be Quite AccurateApr 30, 2011 Listen
Reading the Mind to Restore SpeechApr 25, 2011 Listen
Our Uhs and Ums May Help Children Learn LanguageApr 17, 2011 Listen
Yawns Are Contagious When You're with FriendsApr 10, 2011 Listen
People with Tourette Syndrome Show Strong Cognitive ControlApr 02, 2011 Listen
First Sex Alters Body ImageMar 27, 2011 Listen
Self-Restraint Leads Us to Prefer AggressionMar 20, 2011 Listen
Right-Handers Tend to Prefer the Right SideMar 13, 2011 Listen
Perception of Our Physical State When Depressed or AnxiousMar 06, 2011 Listen
Social Context Influences LanguageFeb 27, 2011 Listen
Early Attachment May Affect Our Ability to Resolve Conflict in RelationshipsFeb 22, 2011 Listen
Look to Lessen Acute PainFeb 14, 2011 Listen
Cannabis May Influence Onset of PsychosisFeb 07, 2011 Listen
Babies Think Large Means DominantJan 30, 2011 Listen
Meditation Correlated with Structural Changes in the BrainJan 22, 2011 Listen
Play Up That Ugly TraitJan 16, 2011 Listen
The Popularity of Predictive Medical TestingJan 08, 2011 Listen
What It Means to ForgiveJan 01, 2011 Listen
The Strongest Predictor for Low StressDec 25, 2010 Listen
More Money Doesn't Mean More HappinessDec 19, 2010 Listen
What Makes an Honest Smile Honest?Dec 11, 2010 Listen
Visual Illusions Depend On Visual Cortex SizeDec 05, 2010 Listen
Brain Imaging Studies Show Different Cultures Have Different BrainsNov 27, 2010 Listen
Fear-Based Messaging May Influence Skepticism of Global WarmingNov 20, 2010 Listen
Who Teens Blame for BullyingNov 13, 2010 Listen
Male Names Are Still Mentioned FirstNov 06, 2010 Listen
Beware of Brain Differences in the SexesOct 30, 2010 Listen
Generosity Might Keep Us HealthyOct 23, 2010 Listen
Adversity Is Linked to Life SatisfactionOct 16, 2010 Listen
Thinking about Time or Money Impacts How We Spend Our DaysOct 09, 2010 Listen
Tennis Players' Grunts May Slow Opponents' ReactionsOct 02, 2010 Listen
Women Apologize More Frequently Than Men DoSep 25, 2010 Listen
We Only Trust Experts If They Agree with UsSep 18, 2010 Listen
Mind-Reading Tools Go CommercialSep 12, 2010 Listen
It's Very Tough to Tell Just How Drunk Someone IsSep 04, 2010 Listen
Generation X Loyaler to Religion Than Previous GenerationAug 28, 2010 Listen
Poor Linguistic Ability May Indicate Risk of Alzheimer'sAug 22, 2010 Listen
Your Opinion of Climate Change Depends on Your Social PsychologyAug 14, 2010 Listen
Psychology Studies Biased toward Western UndergradsAug 07, 2010 Listen
Busting the Myth That Opposites AttractJul 31, 2010 Listen
The Impact of Rude Behavior on a BusinessJul 24, 2010 Listen
Large-Brained Mammals Live LongerJul 18, 2010 Listen
Bully or Victim? More Similar Than We Might ThinkJul 10, 2010 Listen
The Connection Between Multiple Sclerosis and DepressionJul 03, 2010 Listen
The Real Concern When Couples FightJun 26, 2010 Listen
How We Fool Ourselves Over and OverJun 19, 2010 Listen
The Staying Power of Alcoholics AnonymousJun 12, 2010 Listen
Lower IQ Scores Linked to Higher Suicide RiskJun 05, 2010 Listen
College Students Are Less Empathic Than Generations PastMay 29, 2010 Listen
Soil Bacteria Might Increase LearningMay 25, 2010 Listen
Digging Deeper into the Entire BrainMay 16, 2010 Listen
Facial Expressions of Mice in PainMay 12, 2010 Listen
Risk-Taking Behavior in TeensMay 03, 2010 Listen
Auditory IllusionsApr 25, 2010 Listen
Making a Decision? Take Your TimeApr 17, 2010 Listen
Using Light to Control the BrainApr 12, 2010 Listen
Neuroscience Is EverywhereApr 03, 2010 Listen
Manipulating Moral JudgmentMar 29, 2010 Listen
Chronic Pain ReliefMar 21, 2010 Listen
Humans Want to Share InformationMar 15, 2010 Listen
Happy People Talk More SeriouslyMar 06, 2010 Listen
Why Does Schizophrenia Appear in Young Adults?Feb 27, 2010 Listen
Fighting Crime with MathFeb 20, 2010 Listen
Catching the Brain at WorkFeb 10, 2010 Listen
Dealing with Super Bowl XLIV PressureFeb 05, 2010 Listen
Sex Differences in JealousyJan 28, 2010 Listen
The Talent for Facial RecognitionJan 21, 2010 Listen
Making and Keeping Your GoalsJan 13, 2010 Listen
No Gender Gap in MathJan 06, 2010 Listen
Powerful and Bad in 2009Dec 31, 2009 Listen
Remembering That Person's NameDec 23, 2009 Listen
Our Bodies, Our CultureDec 16, 2009 Listen
Hockey and ConcussionsDec 09, 2009 Listen
Fear of Fear ItselfDec 01, 2009 Listen
Are Your Siblings Really Your Siblings?Nov 24, 2009 Listen
The Roots of LanguageNov 17, 2009 Listen
Boost Your Creativity with Eye MovementNov 10, 2009 Listen
Hearing Our HeartbeatsNov 03, 2009 Listen
A Pretty Face or a Hot Body?Oct 27, 2009 Listen
What Our Stuff Says about UsOct 20, 2009 Listen
It's Funny Because It's TrueOct 13, 2009 Listen
What the Experts Still Don't KnowOct 07, 2009 Listen
Internet Addiction?Sep 29, 2009 Listen
Is Texting Making Us Bad Spellers?Sep 23, 2009 Listen
Detecting Digitally Altered VideoSep 16, 2009 Listen
Where the Desire for Change ResidesSep 09, 2009 Listen
Predictors of Preschool DepressionAug 31, 2009 Listen
In Defense of Evolutionary PsychologyAug 26, 2009 Listen
Human-Robot RelationshipsAug 18, 2009 Listen
Answers to the Rorschach Test RevealedAug 02, 2009 Listen
Artificial Intelligence Predicts Gambling BehaviorJul 21, 2009 Listen
Questioning Evolutionary PsychologyJul 17, 2009 Listen
Severe Weather Psychology, Part 2Jul 08, 2009 Listen
Severe Weather Psychology, Part 1Jul 07, 2009 Listen
Increase Your Creativity: Live AbroadJun 14, 2009 Listen
Our Bodies, Our BrainsJun 01, 2009 Listen
Obama's Message to GraduatesMay 18, 2009 Listen
Immorality and TwitterMay 04, 2009 Listen
Why Dating Doesn't Predict Marital SuccessApr 27, 2009 Listen
When Do Dreams Begin?Apr 16, 2009 Listen
Hope for Spinal Cord InjuriesApr 08, 2009 Listen
Why Cops Make Fatal ErrorsMar 31, 2009 Listen
Sylvia Plath's Son and Suicide in FamiliesMar 24, 2009 Listen
Wiping Out Bad MemoriesMar 18, 2009 Listen
Where Is God?Mar 11, 2009 Listen
Online Games as Study ToolMar 03, 2009 Listen
Thinking of Human as MachineFeb 24, 2009 Listen
Women as Sex ObjectsFeb 17, 2009 Listen
The Scent of Sexual SweatFeb 09, 2009 Listen
Muscle Movement Affects How We HearFeb 03, 2009 Listen
When an Innocent Confesses to a CrimeJan 27, 2009 Listen
Surviving a Plane CrashJan 20, 2009 Listen
The Persistence of RacismJan 12, 2009 Listen
A Blind Man SeesJan 05, 2009 Listen
Great Expectations for 2009Dec 30, 2008 Listen
Beware the Holiday Sugar HighDec 22, 2008 Listen
Gift-Giving for LoversDec 15, 2008 Listen
To Get Good Grades, Get Good SleepDec 08, 2008 Listen
Cyberchondria: Online Diagnosis Leads to Obsessive FearDec 02, 2008 Listen
Eat, Exercise and Be MerryNov 24, 2008 Listen
Beating Loneliness at Its Own GameNov 17, 2008 Listen
A Bitter Placebo to SwallowNov 10, 2008 Listen
More Sex for Women?Nov 03, 2008 Listen
The Real Monsters on HalloweenOct 27, 2008 Listen
Restoring Movement in Paralyzed LimbsOct 20, 2008 Listen
Cell Phones Sometimes Cause Real PainOct 13, 2008 Listen
Musicians Think Differently from the Rest of UsOct 06, 2008 Listen
Business, Lies and E-mailSep 29, 2008 Listen
Exposed Untruths Continue to Shape Voter ImpressionsSep 22, 2008 Listen
Spooky Science: Does a Fear of Ghosts Help Keep Us Honest?Sep 15, 2008 Listen
Observers of Walking Figures See Men Advancing, Women in RetreatSep 08, 2008 Listen
Is Fidelity in our Genes?Sep 01, 2008 Listen
Hotel Guests Throw in the Towel on the EnvironmentAug 25, 2008 Listen
For Online Consumption, the Web Is All About CoolAug 18, 2008 Listen
Olympic Gold Medal: Is the Body Language of Triumph (or Defeat) Biological?Aug 11, 2008 Listen
Rest Assured: The Brain Practices the Day's Lessons as We SleepAug 05, 2008 Listen
A study shows prescription OD accidents are on the riseJul 28, 2008 Listen
A Whiff of Disaster, Dulled by DopamineJul 21, 2008 Listen
Dicey Proposition: Animals Are Self-AwareJul 14, 2008 Listen
E-Therapy: Working It Out OnlineJul 07, 2008 Listen
When Craving Is Better Than GettingJun 30, 2008 Listen
Why Are Conservatives Happier Than Liberals?Jun 24, 2008 Listen
Of Two Minds, One ConsciousnessJun 16, 2008 Listen
No Fair! My Serotonin Level Is LowJun 09, 2008 Listen
Craving for Sex May Trip Other Hungers in MenJun 02, 2008 Listen
Is Civilization the Result of Humans' Need to Share?May 27, 2008 Listen
Our Cars, OurselvesMay 19, 2008 Listen
You Say "Ga," I say "Ba," but Everyone Hears "Da"May 12, 2008 Listen
The Lure of Bette Davis EyesMay 05, 2008 Listen
In Negotiations, If You Feel Your Opponents' Pain, It May Be Their GainApr 28, 2008 Listen
Stock Market Winners Get Big Payoff--In TestosteroneApr 21, 2008 Listen
World Wide Suicide: A Self-Termination Community Grows on the WebApr 14, 2008 Listen
Brain Images Make Inaccurate Science News TrustworthyApr 07, 2008 Listen
Learn to Be KindMar 28, 2008 Listen
Mind the Alzheimer's SwitchMar 14, 2008 Listen
Experimenting With DrugsMar 03, 2008 Listen
Debunking Animal AutismFeb 22, 2008 Listen
If You Like It, It Must Be RareFeb 15, 2008 Listen
Fear Raises Self Esteem in Iraqi TeensFeb 07, 2008 Listen
The "Me" Generation Isn't So "Me"Jan 31, 2008 Listen
Lookin' Crazy in LoveJan 24, 2008 Listen
Bisexuality is a Distinct Sexual OrientationJan 17, 2008 Listen
You're so Psychic, Bet You Know This Podcast is About YouJan 10, 2008 Listen
Race, IQ and FlynnJan 03, 2008 Listen
Sibling Conflict Around the HolidaysDec 20, 2007 Listen
The Slow Down of Time in CrisisDec 13, 2007 Listen
Fear Gets Us to the GymDec 06, 2007 Listen
See Your Doc to Stop SmokingNov 29, 2007 Listen
When the Virtual You Changes the Real YouNov 22, 2007 Listen
Laughing in the Face of AdversityNov 15, 2007 Listen
The General Gist of False MemoriesNov 08, 2007 Listen
How We Can Hear Without SoundNov 01, 2007 Listen
Sexual Orientation Controlled in the Brains of WormsOct 25, 2007 Listen
Clock Genes Might Control the Sleep We NeedOct 18, 2007 Listen
God in the Brain?Oct 11, 2007 Listen
New Head Protection for FootballersOct 04, 2007 Listen
More Stress Means Less EatingSep 27, 2007 Listen
Neurons for Good and Bad SurprisesSep 20, 2007 Listen
Fetal Neurons Found in Adult BrainSep 13, 2007 Listen
Toddlers Beat the Great Apes at Social LearningSep 06, 2007 Listen
Going Under Hypnosis Before Going into SurgeryAug 30, 2007 Listen
Women Really do Prefer PinkAug 23, 2007 Listen