Understanding behavioral psychology
What causes you to procrastinate, eat junk food, or form a habit? Questions like this, about the connection between our minds and our behavior, are studied in behavioral psychology.
There are two types of smiles: real and false ones
Of all human expressions, a smile is the most universal. But can you tell which smile is real and which is false?
Observing the behavior of siblings
Would it help if your brother or sister is sitting by your side when you're in pain? Would that ease the pain, or provide some distraction?
User Experience and Social Media Lab UCL
In this unique lab, technology is applied to understanding user experience, behavior on social media, and much more.
Many companies are seeking ways to understand consumer emotions in order to predict product acceptability. Here are three ways you could set up your study to assess consumer emotions.
Analyzing repetitive movements
To examine if a specific repertoire of repetitive movements was present in children with autism at the age range between six and 12 months, researchers used home videos to code the behaviors of the infants.
Using humor during doctor-patient interactions
How often do medical professionals use humor during the interaction with patients? After all, such positive interactions help build a relationship, establish trust, and support the exchange of relevant information.
Study consumer behavior
Masson and colleagues from Université Paris-Saclay, France, designed a test kitchen to investigate food storage processes. According to them, the use of video cameras was of great value for analyzing behaviors.
 Worldwide 1 in 160 children has an ASD (source: WHO)
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized day on April 2nd. A good reason to sum up the top 5 best read blog posts about autism of the last year for you.
Measure consumer preference
Researchers all over the world are trying to find ways to measure real consumer responses and behavior.
Mother-child interaction during play
Infant siblings of children with or without ASD participated in a study to determine whether gaze behavior showed during a test with an unfamiliar examiner could predict gaze behavior in a more naturalistic context.