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Biochemistry

How Brain Implants Will Zap Depression Away

Recent developments in neural science have shone a ray of optimism on individuals suffering with ...

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Medicine

Can these mystery brain tingles be good for you?

Autonomous Sensory Meridian Responses (ASMR) are tingly feelings often elicited by certain experienc...

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English Literature

Why Do We Hate The Word Moist?

Scientists have conducted an experiment to understand why people have such strong aversions to words...

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Classics

Historical PTSD: Did Achilles have a weakness beyond his feet?

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is considered by many to have only gained due recognition in r...

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Land Economy

Shop till you drop: The demise of the department store

The fire at the old headquarters of Littlewoods served as a fitting visual to the slow downturn in t...

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Philosophy

Denial and Denialism: Are We Living in a Post-Truth Society?

All of us have at one time or another been in denial about something. Denial shields us from painful...

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Biological Sciences

The Origins of Anxiety: Studies in Behaviour and Brain Chemistry

It’s normal to experience feelings of worry and fear as a response to stressful situations, as wel...

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English Literature

Are Reality TV Shows perpetuating Emotional Abuse on our screens?

Reality TV shows, such as the hugely popular ‘Love Island’ or the fading favourite ‘Big Brothe...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

Doctor, Doctor: Is Depression Different in China?

Studies in the field of cultural psychology have suggested that Chinese people tend to express psych...

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Music

Composing and Compassion: Music and Empathy In The Human Brain

The results of a new study suggest a link between a person’s level of empathy and the way they res...

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Fine Art

From the Lab to the Louvre: How Can Neuroscience Help Art Galleries?

How can neuroscience be used to improve your museum experience? The Peabody Essex Museum in Massachu...

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Medicine

The Mind and the Immune System: Why Laughter Really is the Best Medicine

For many years, the immune system has been thought of as a stand-alone, independent mechanism. Howev...

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