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Oct 15, 2019
Bigg Boss, gossip and survival: The reality show illustrates how talking about others is a powerful social toolBigg Boss, with its dynamic group interactions, is a minefield of information for behavioural scientists. Besides being instantly meme-able and turning its otherwise unknown participants into celebrities, it should pique the interest of anyone seeking to understand how human beings converse with each other and behave in groups.
Oct 10, 2019
On World Mental Health Day 2019, a look at how ignorance leads to pill-shaming and disempowers individualsThe idea behind putting an end to pill-shaming is to support the individual’s right to take care of themselves using means that are valid, reliable and universal
Sep 23, 2019
Pooch matters: Dogs get say in owners' mate selection, show studies; women see pet canines as childrenWomen placed value on how their dog reacted to a potential mate, in the same way that she would put value on how her human children would react to a potential mate, according to studies.
Apr 09, 2019
Contagious yawning, empathy may have evolved from human need to understand othersThe study found that animals, humans included, can engage in acts of simulating the minds of others.
Apr 02, 2019
Which of our senses is the best? Scientists are still battling it out for an answerAs science reveals, the right device can allow you can learn to see through touch or sound.
Dec 26, 2018
Immigrants with anglicised names face less bias than those with ethnic namesMany immigrants voluntarily change their name from their ethnic names to fit into a new community.
Nov 26, 2018
Understanding mental illness: The question of perpetrators' minds — and why they need therapy tooWhen the mental illness at the heart of our society is diagnosed, perhaps a solution to violence can finally be found – and this is why the trauma of perpetrators warrants attention too
Nov 15, 2018
Music can be an affordable, non-medical aid to overcome sleep loss, study findsMusic stimulates sleep and blocks the internal or external stimulus that would otherwise disrupt sleep.
Nov 09, 2018
Understanding mental illness: When Psychology fails to politicise, socialise its understanding of traumaThe mental health sector, with its flawed language and perspectives, regularly helps the system wield the weapon of 're-traumatisation'
Oct 25, 2018
Udayan Mukherjee on his debut novel Dark Circles, and why he may never return to television studiosThe joy of imagining a world and writing about it can never be compared to the career I had in journalism, says Udayan Mukherjee