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  • Parents are delighted when their babies first start to laugh. But why do babies laugh? What do they laugh at? With some wonderful video footage and a bit of science, everything is explained here.

    Why Do Babies Laugh?

    Why Do Babies Laugh?

    by Amanda Littlejohn40

  • Ethnocentricism in psychology can lead to negative stereotypes and racism. What is cultural bias and how can we counter it?

    Cultural Bias in Psychology

    Cultural Bias in Psychology

    by Angel Harper5

  • This article explains how propaganda has developed and been utilized over time and in different contexts.

    Uses of Propaganda

    Uses of Propaganda

    by Mindy Hamilton0

  • This article explains the different unique characteristics of the right and left brain. It explains the brain mapping done at the Mayo Clinic from the procedure to the results. This article also explains brain anatomy and how the right and left brain have distinctly different functions.

    Right Brain vs. Left Brain Functions

    Right Brain vs. Left Brain Functions

    by Pamela Oglesby89

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  • Subliminal messages are perceived by the unconscious brain. There is not as much subliminal messaging happening in the US now as previously reported, but there could be subtle messages that are received unconsciously. Messaging has probably been used by or political operatives, yet it may not work.

    Subliminal Messaging

    Subliminal Messaging

    by Pamela Oglesby22

  • What is Darwin's theory of sexual selection and how does it affect our partner choice? Darwin uses evolution to explain attraction but is this the case for all relationships?

    Sexual Selection: How We Choose Our Partners

    Sexual Selection: How We Choose Our Partners

    by Angel Harper8

  • The cognitive science of religion tries to understand the psychology of religious belief and behavior. This article summarizes important research and findings.

    The Cognitive Science of Religion

    The Cognitive Science of Religion

    by Thomas Swan82

  • Is religion wishful thinking? This work summarizes the experimental evidence, and incorporates comfort theories into the cognitive science of religion.

    Comfort Theories of Religion

    Comfort Theories of Religion

    by Thomas Swan27

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