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Small brain part crucial in decision-making: Study

Small brain part crucial in decision-making: Study

Nov 27, – In a finding that could be important for treatment of depression, scientists have found that one of the smallest parts of the brain may be the key to decision making skills, says a study. A University of British Columbia study published in Nature Neuroscience says the lateral habenula, a region of the […]

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Making eye contact not always good: study

Making eye contact not always good: study

Oct 03, – The study, published recently in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, was the result of collaborations among researchers from Canada, Germany and the US. Making eye contact, long considered an effective way of persuasion, might be counterproductive when the listeners already disagree, according to a new study. “There […]

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