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Feelings of the future

Miloyan, B. & Suddendorf, T., Trends in Cognitive Sciences

Group actions trump normative emotional reaction in an incidental observation by young children

Turner, C. R., et al., PLoS ONE
9, e107375. (2014) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0107375

Exploring tool innovation: A comparison of Western and Bushman children

Nielsen, M., et al., Journal of Experimental Child Psychology
126, 384-394

Applying the contact hypothesis to anti-fat attitudes

Alperin, A., et al., Social Science & Medicine
123, 37-44

Regulatory focus moderates the relationship between task control and physiological and psychological markers of stress

Parker, Stacey L., et al., International Journal of Psychophysiology
94, 3, 390-398

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Fingerprint identification

Fingerprint identification
Gut feeling key to fingerprint matching

Communication and shared identity

Communication and shared identity
What does Lego have to do with communication?
Cynthia Turner

Featured Researcher

Cynthia Turner

Dr Cynthia Turner investigates OCD in children and adolescents

Teen Conflict

Featured Project

Teen Conflict

Reducing Conflict with Teens

WATCH & LISTEN

New research is emerging to show that other people - the social groups and networks we belong to - have just as much impact on physical and mental health as these traditional medical factors.

Why do social networks make us healthy?

New research is emerging to show that other people - the social groups and networks we belong to - have just as much impact on physical and mental health as these traditional medical factors.
Professor Bill von Hippel discusses research showing that people frequently don't know what makes them happy and what doesn't, and thus are often misdirected in their search for satisfaction in life.

Surprising Truths about Happiness

Professor Bill von Hippel discusses research showing that people frequently don't know what makes them happy and what doesn't, and thus are often misdirected in their search for satisfaction in life.
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