- Is it the bark or the threat of a real dog defending its turf that prevents dogs from stealing each other’s food? Jason Goldman describes a fascinating study.
- What makes us perceive “motion” in a comic book? Is it those “motion lines” you see everywhere? Mo Costandi shows how a Manga technique can be just as effective.
- Does the “Mirror Neuron” theory hold up? Greg Hickok says you might as well call it “religion.”
- Finally, are all double-blind studies created equal? Neuroskeptic argues that some are more equal than others.
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