Psychology

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State of the art

October 24, 2018

Even the untrained eye can detect the work of real artists, psychology prof Ellen Winner writes in the Wall Street Journal.

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The sweetest sounds

August 11, 2018

The neurological link between taste and hearing, or why airplane passengers like to drink tomato juice.

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The science of art appreciation

July 09, 2018

A study by BC psychologists sheds light on the mysteries of the aesthetic response.

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Language learning years

May 13, 2018

What's the optimal age for learning a new language? New research challenges traditional thinking.

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Approach and avoid?

February 08, 2018

Why do we react as we do to others in distress? New insights from a BC neuropsychology researcher.

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Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

The science of art appreciation

July 09, 2018

A study by BC psychologists sheds light on the mysteries of the aesthetic response.

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Know thy enemy

April 23, 2017

Learning about terrorists can lead to more effective counterterrorism policy, BC researchers report.

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APS Spence Award winner

February 23, 2017

BC's Liane Young honored for cutting-edge work on the psychology and neuroscience of moral judgment.

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Grasping the gasp

December 06, 2016

The idea that someone’s emotions are written on their face isn’t quite accurate, according to a recent study.

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Facing human nature

October 19, 2016

Not all facial expressions have universally accepted meanings, a new study finds.

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