Researchers observed "inter-brain coherence" (IBC) — a synchronisation in brain activity — between a musician and the audience.
Because geocaches are always hidden out of sight, players often have to behave in out-of-the-ordinary ways to reach them.
Is feeling wretched actually helpful?
You know what it's like to be sick. You feel fatigued, maybe a little depressed, less hungry than usual, more easily nauseated and perhaps more sensitive to pain and cold.
If ever there was a food that holds a lesson for building bridges in a fractured America, it's the cabbage roll.
- Dr. Kurt Gray of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill unpacks a psychological and political phenomenon: reactive devaluation.
- This negative phenomenon is driving polarization in the U.S.. The good news? It has an equally powerful counterpart: benevolence.
- Understanding how humans create meaning in the world is the key to a more unified and a more rational America.
Think adrenaline leaves you unable to think clearly? Think again.