Think it is a coincidence that your pals are always getting arrested in the summer time? Maybe not.
Futurity.org today reports still more reason to keep that Match.com profile up to date. When studying the responses to social stressors and comparing the results, Cornell boffins discovered that the responses of lonely young adults mimicked those of non-lonely older … Continue reading
RIT journalism student and DFE intern Carolyn Dunne live-tweeted the keynote speech of Nicholas Carr at Roberts Wesleyan College’s Biennial Academic Conference for us.
Give a chimpanzee a simple tool, such as a hammer, and observe how his brain processes its use. At first, EEG patterns show the chimp is processing the tool as a separate object from his body. But slowly, over time, … Continue reading
Boobs help. Money helps. But there must be more to it than just that, right?
Actually, that may be very nearly all there is according to one researcher at RIT. Professor John Edlund has been studying, not so much what … Continue reading