Thursday, 7 October 2010

Extras

Eye-catching studies that didn't make the final cut:

Establishing cognitive norms for centenarians.

How do children with autism and children with Down Syndrome react to their mirror image?

Heterosexual men with more cause to be concerned by 'sperm competition' (other men's sperm competing with their own), tend to be more motivated to ensure their partner reaches orgasm during sex. Seriously.

Pet therapy found to be beneficial for elderly patients with mental illness.

Hunting video game addicts.

Distinguishing kids who make best friends from those who don't.

The webcam test - a new tool for personnel recruitment.

Vegetarians and meat-eaters differ in their view of the uniqueness of humans.

Newborns have an innate preference for biological motion.

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  1. We've made a couple of the articles selected above free to read in full online. Click these links below to go straight through!

    Establishing cognitive norms for centenarians.

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