Oral histories for places can be highly reliable and accurate.
The sense centers in human brains are continuously active.
If mother mice are exposed to an enriched environment (for example one containing novel objects as well as opportunities for social interaction and exercise), their young also benefit cognitively.
Szilagyi created a computer simulation to investigate optimal public transportation systems.
How we assess objects depends on which of our hands is dominant.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo have developed software that can be used to design roads so that they are less likely to be covered with snow drifts and to position snow fences to keep drifts away from existing roads.
Wakslak and Trope investigated issues that make the probability of events being discussed seem more or less likely.
The Wilson Quarterly uses information reported by Thomas Dohmen in Economic Inquiry to support some sports fans’ contentions that referees favor the home team.
Clay, writing in the Monitor on Psychology, reports information indicating that neither adults nor children can effectively perform several tasks at the same time.
Sometimes thinking too much before making a decision is a bad idea.