An excerpt from "Neurotribes."
Using a virus-based gene therapy and a group of highly trained monkeys, Maureen and Jay Neitz may have created a cure for colorblindness.
Out of 100 psychology studies, researchers were able to reproduce the original results in less than half.
Research suggests that sound is the “forgotten sense” when it comes to how we perceive flavors.
Voters tend to prefer politicians with deeper voices—a sign of strength and competence, says political scientist Casey Klofstad.
Researchers say toddlers can figure out when their parents are joking.
A new study investigates the link between the gut and the brain in mice.
Scientists find that self-described experts are more likely to claim knowledge of phony information.
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