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Marketing expert Jonah Berger discusses his research on how environmental cues subtly influence our ballots and purchases
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If our actions are determined by prior events, then do we have a choice about anything—or any responsibility for what we do?
Getting stressed isn't just a state of mind. It can also seriously harm the body.
When the singer is just awful, the problem may be more than faulty perception.
The interactions of neurons reveal that connections are critical in how we decide
When we are in a pinch, surprising factors can affect our moral judgments
The brain is like a muscle: when it gets depleted, it becomes less effective.
When someone betrays us, how does the brain deal with it? A hormone associated with social attachment gives us clues.