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Autonomous self-driving trucks on the road would make Germans feel increasingly safer

September 14, 2018

Automated trucks on the road: more than one in three survey respondents have no preference for a human…
Business optimism rises headed into 2018, survey finds

January 3, 2018

Colorado business leaders are more optimistic than they were three months ago, and they’re gaining confidence in the…
Stress cost of a new baby = $85,000

February 23, 2015

Research from the University of Melbourne has put a dollar figure of $85,000 on the time pressure and…
Young Americans prefer novel egalitarian family models

January 26, 2015

Both, young American men and women prefer to have equal responsibilities in their families. However, hostile institutional arrangements…
New Study Shows Americans Ignorant of Health Hazards Posed by Global Warming

December 16, 2014

A new study, called Public Perceptions of the Health Impacts of Global Warming, just released by the Yale…
Dispelling myths about vaccination may not decrease vaccine hesitancy

December 9, 2014

There is a lot of of research suggesting that countering people’s deeply held but positively false beliefs with factual…
General public thinks that social environment, but not biology causes criminal behavior

July 22, 2014

Most of the criminologists underscore environmental causes of delinquent behavior and do not take into consideration biological ones.…
Study reveals complex picture of the European elites

July 9, 2014

“We decree something, then float it and wait some time to see what happens. If no clamour occurs…
The web sees everything and forgets nothing: prospects and challenges of online research

June 25, 2014

Online social networks open a lot of new research opportunities for scientists exploring social interactions. They can get…
Tourism psychology: New study proves that traveling can change our life perceptions

June 12, 2014

Tourism has changed from being mostly national activity to a progressively international phenomenon with people traveling further afield…
Coping with illness with the help of social networks

June 4, 2014

Social networks are often cited as channels, through which people are involved in various behaviors detrimental for their…
Manner of speaking: No one likes vocal fry

May 30, 2014

Is your manner of speaking important during a job interview? Researchers at Duke and Miami universities investigated, how…
Overweight children are deemed less competent, study shows

May 14, 2014

It is hard to deny that body weight matters in the world of adults. But what are attitudes…
New study: How caffeinated coffee affects eyesight

May 7, 2014

In almost every part of the world people can be found sitting together in coffee houses enjoying their…
Disgusting odorant increases politically conservative views on sex, study shows

May 7, 2014

Are conservative political attitudes driven by the feeling of disgust? Results of the recent study conducted by researchers…
Another reason to quit smoking: smoking affects sleep quality

May 1, 2014

Every day millions of people promise themselves and their families to quit smoking once and for all. These people…
Specific musical anhedonia: Music isn’t enjoyable for everyone?

April 28, 2014

Music is one of the few activities that involves using the whole brain. Besides, music may provide surprising benefits…
18% of US Internet users had data stolen, survey finds

April 16, 2014

A pictures shows binary code reflected from a computer screen in a woman’s eye on October 22, 2012…
School gangs in California: Empirical Study

April 11, 2014

A group of sociologists from the USA and Israel has published a new research paper, in which characteristics…
First evidence to suggest autistic symptoms may be prevalent in unaffected mothers

April 7, 2014

All eyes and ears are on autism this month following the World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.…
Social ties can lead to teenage suicide

April 3, 2014

Emile Durkheim, one of the founding fathers of the modern statistical sociology, claimed that dissolution of social ties…
Ability to cope with daily stress is wired in our genes

February 20, 2014

There are people who crack under pressure, and yet there are those who thrive on it. Day-to-day stressful…
Russian men, their vodka and early deaths

January 31, 2014

Vodka is the main cause of the high and sharply fluctuating death rates in Russia, a large new…
Research duo confirm that yes, people do blush in the dark

September 9, 2013

Confirming a suspicion held by many dedicated scientists throughout the world, that no attribute of the world around…
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