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Stories by The Conversation

Can Your Brain Really Be "Full"?

Neuroimaging aids investigation into what happens in the brain when we try to remember information that’s very similar to what we already know

June 2, 2015 — Fiona Kumfor, Sicong Tu and The Conversation

Fear of Risk Linked to Stress Hormone in Bankers

Ever since the financial crisis that started in 2007, the business sector has brought more attention to how individual physical reactions can affect the world trading floor

February 21, 2014 — Andre Spicer and The Conversation

Chameleons Talk Tough by Changing Colors

Evidence suggests that the lizards have evolved their dynamic color palette as a means of communication, including information about their willingness to rumble

December 19, 2013 — Russell A. Ligon and The Conversation

Nudity Found to Offer New Social Benefits

Study subjects who focus on a person’s body rather than his or her mind rank that person as more experienced and more sensitive to emotion and pain

December 4, 2013 — Gary W. Lewandowski Jr. and The Conversation