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Dec 05, 2017
Battle against Naxalism: Andhra Pradesh security forces engage in psy-ops to gain strategic edge over MaoistsAndhra police have launched a counter-campaign against Maoists in the state to paralyse the front organisations of their sympathisers and activists.
Nov 09, 2017
Playing a VR game while drawing blood may significantly reduce perception of painOffering children to play a Virtual Reality (VR) game while drawing blood can reduce their perception of acute pain, anxiety and general distress.
Oct 20, 2017
Mindhunter on Netflix: Why you must binge-watch this clever, gritty, murderous offeringNetflix’s creepy and fascinating new show, Mindhunter, digs into the origins of serial killers
Sep 24, 2017
Shoppers prefer products with more reviews over high ratings on ecommerce platforms: StudyBy examining a large dataset of reviews from Amazon.com, the researchers were able to build a statistical model of how people should choose products.
Sep 23, 2017
Psychological warfare is now an integral part of cricket; will it help Team India in away matches?Welcome to the brand new world of cricket’s psychological warfare. It’s beyond sledging; it’s about occupying and destroying a player’s mental space even before he enters the ground.
Sep 21, 2017
Sunanda Pushkar's death: Delhi Police to pursue forensic psychology, seeks 8 extra weeks to conclude probeThe Delhi Police on Thursday told the Delhi High Court that it wanted to embark upon a new mode of investigation, called forensic psychology, in the death case of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar.
Sep 13, 2017
Gurugram student murder: Safety officials who inspected Ryan school must be held responsibleOfficials and ministers who get to have a final say on how schools are run must be also held accountable for the Gurugram student murder
Aug 22, 2017
Facebook study reveals choice of words used to portray emotions can hint at religiosityThe use of positive or negative words on Facebook signifying an emotion give a clue about how religious you are, a new research has revealed.
Aug 06, 2017
Internet experts: Not possible to combat dangers of suicide games such as Blue Whale ChallengeDespite demands for a ban on a game that is believed to have pushed a 14-year-old Mumbai boy to suicide, it may not be possible to bar the Blue Whale Challenge, an Internet expert said
Jul 23, 2017
Creative touch: Urban Indians are seeking art, dance and movement therapy for improving mental healthUrban India seems to be warming up to creative therapies with the goal of seeking mental well-being.