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It's Not Just Grammar: A Person's Sex Impacts How We Process Language

By | Thu, 11/21/2013 - 14:27

The way we register spoken words may not be purely grammatical — the gender of the talker also impacts how our brains linguistically break down what is said.

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Good News Or Bad News First? Depends On The Reaction You Want

By | Wed, 11/06/2013 - 10:26

Providing both good and bad news is tricky. But researchers say that focusing less on one's own emotional well-being enhances the success of loaded communication.

From One Baby to Another: Infants Can Read Each Other's Emotions

From One Baby to Another: Infants Can Read Each Other's Emotions

By | Thu, 06/27/2013 - 23:53

Infants as young as five months old can recognize and respond to emotions in other infants.

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"Dystexia" or Nonsensical Text Messages Could Reveal Stroke

By | Wed, 12/26/2012 - 09:50

Nonsensical text messages, something doctors are now calling "dystextia," can be an early sign of stroke.

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"Talk Dirty to Me": How Talking During Sex Increases Pleasure

By | Wed, 09/05/2012 - 16:34

Talking about sex makes the act more enjoyable, especially if the talking happens during the deed, according to new research.