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- ‘The book is to help demystify paranoia’Our editor Jon Sutton hears from Professor Daniel Freeman (University of Oxford) about his new book ‘Paranoia’.
- Pattern of thinning may predict dementia risk a decade before symptomsNew work from the University of Texas finds pattern of cortical thinning which could enable Alzheimer’s risk stratification through MRI.
- How we learnt to battle the botsWhen Charlotte Betts, Dr Nicola Power and Dr Dermot Lynott discovered their data was in danger, they resolved to strengthen their detection methods. Here, they share their advice…
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‘Just because we are used to something, doesn’t make it OK’
Tali Sharot tells Deputy Editor Jennifer Gledhill why our extraordinary ability to habituate needs to come with a health warning…
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Participants go further for 'hard' science studies
New research suggests participants are more willing to obey toxic instructions from teams they see as performing ‘hard’ science.
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