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Study finds people flock, or behave similarly to others, despite reasoning abilities

Crowd panics, market bubbles, and other unpredictable collective behaviors would not happen if people were smart about these things and just thought through their behavior before they acted. Right? Th... read more

Podcast: You Had Me at “Bleep Blorp”

SCHMALZ: Yet despite all of these reasons to be suspicious of technological advances, Waytz has found that we do, in fact, trust machines—particularly ones that look and act like us. WAYTZ: Typically ... read more

Psychopaths and Rational Morality

Psychopathic patients show severe deficits in responding adequately to other people’s emotion. The present study explored whether these ... found that psychopaths have above-average IQs and reasoning ... read more

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Scientists, Your Gender Bias Is Showing

I have no reason to think that scientists are more sexist than people in other professions in the US, but this is my profession, and I’d like to see it do better. Admitting that the problem exists is ... read more


Commuter traffic poses greater dangers to children in poor neighbourhoods, study finds

Credit: Svetlana Grechkina (Flickr.com/photos/womeos) A new McMaster study suggests children are at greater risk ... high and local residents generally don't benefit from people driving through their ... read more

Instrumentum Laboris for Synod on Young People, Full Text in English

where 300 young people from five continents were physically present, while 15,000 other young people participated in the meeting thanks to social networks. It ended on Palm Sunday, World Youth Day 201... read more

10 Questions Christians Must Answer (2 of 2)

He didn’t believe the others ... despite her weak faith, and she has been beatified by Rome. 8. Why are there natural disasters? Haiti and Indonesia have been devastated by tsunamis in recent years, e... read more

Angry at God? If so, you're not alone, says psychologist

Such personal struggles are not new, but Case Western Reserve University psychologist ... people experience anger toward God," Exline explains. "Even people who deeply love and respect God can become ... read more

Vitamin C for cancer: Trying to rise from the grave once again

Be that as it may, fortunately, the study of the week last week was one that actually did interest me. In any case, this week’s Bat Signal consisted of a series of news reports with titles like: Peopl... read more

Why people dislike government (and why it matters for 2010)

A new Pew poll finds historic levels of unhappiness about the federal government ... Republicans -- and Republican-leaning independents, on the other hand, were significantly less energized to vote, f... read more

Reasons to Believe (that Creationists are Crazy)

Or, maybe the right thing to say was that a good time was had much of the time by many of the people. So I was unprepared ... fact that the dome of the sky reaches from one horizon to the other. To Hu... read more

Hail to the Chiefs – Malia and Sasha Obama

When Christian women run for high office, people inevitably bring up the question of submission ... s a problem if my mom listened too much to my dad, but it’s a heroic act if the President made a mas... read more



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