- Confronted with fake video evidence, nearly everyone confesses. In a simulated “crime,” researchers were able to induce false confessions — but fewer people were willing to rat out others.
- Second language changes the way bilinguals read in their native tongue. Learning a new language makes you read differently in the old one, suggesting you don’t just “switch on” a different language.
- Children with autism do understand emotions. While autism does seem to impair recognition non-verbal emotional expressions, this study finds no difference between recognition of verbal emotional expression in high-function children with autism.
- Evidence for acupuncture effectiveness? David Gorski critiques a study purporting to find a link between acupuncture and brain response to pain medication.
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