Friday, 29 August 2008
Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut
Men with more attractive girlfriends or wives are more likely to engage in so-called "mate retention behaviors"
– these are behaviors designed to thwart a woman’s infidelity and include refusing to introduce their partners to male friends; reading their partners' personal mail; and buying their partners small gifts.
Studying magic tricks to find out more about human cognition
suggesting that sex and violence don't sell, was flawed,
a new study claims
, because it failed to control for other aspects of programme content.
Improving team creativity
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