A story found that people with ASD were more subsceptible to visual illusions than controls.
Psychological research into humour finds that the combination of minor moral violations with benign consequences, can be a recipe for laughter.
Do women apologize more than men, and why? This short pubcast video summarizes a psychology experiment examining why, accompanying an article newly published in Psychological Science.
A robopsychology experiment about medical technology, that tests feelings of embarrassment during a medical exam by a humanoid robot vs. a medical box.
A genetic scientist learns his twin brother is ill from alcoholism and travels through the Canadian Rockies to visit him in hospital, along the way explaining epigenetics to the camera operator and comparing it to the scenery. Awesome short documentary.
A neuroimaging study in twins found more similarities in brain activity compared to a control group.
What’s new in stem cell research for Huntington’s disease.
Psychiatric conditions correlated to sexual abuse.
Circadian rhythm disturbance and bipolar disorders: researching the connections.
A peer-reviewed pubcast on the causal link between images of smoking in movies and their immediate effects on smoking, in adolescents.