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Orangutans (Pongo abelii) seek information about tool functionality in a metacognition tubes task

Mulcahy, N.J., Journal of Comparative Psychology 130(4)
391 - 399

Anxiety disorders and all-cause mortality: systematic review and meta-analysis

Miloyan, B., et al., Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology

An integrative formal model of motivation and decision making: The MGPM

Ballard. T., et al., Journal of Applied Psychology

A blind test of contrarian interpretations of climate data

Lewandowsky, S., et al., Global Environmental Change

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Lost in the background

Lost in the background
Pink balls in day-night cricket could challenge players at sunset

Time travelling in the human mind

Time travelling in the human mind
World Changing Ideas Summit features BBC4’s “All In The Mind”

Reddit Science AMA

Reddit Science AMA
Professor Thomas Suddendorf participated in the Reddit Science AMA (Ask Me Anything) Series

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Nicole Nelson

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Nicole Nelson

Dr Nelson researches how children (and adults) understand emotional expressions

Jefferson Mac

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Jefferson Mac

The amazing story of Jefferson Mac

Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

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Parenting and Family Psychology (PSYC3312)

Dr Alina Morawska explores with students how parents and families are so influential in contributing to who we are as individuals.

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Dr Fiona Barlow describes her current study on the influence of genes on group membership

The influence of genes on group membership

Dr Fiona Barlow describes her current study on the influence of genes on group membership
Professor Thomas Suddendorf explores the mental qualities that separate humans from other animals, as well as how these differences arose

What separates us from other animals?

Professor Thomas Suddendorf explores the mental qualities that separate humans from other animals, as well as how these differences arose
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