With summer scorching through large parts of the world, it's time to gather the best of our behavioral research blog posts of the last couple of months. These articles should be on your reading list!
To examine if a specific repertoire of repetitive movements was present in children with autism, researchers used home videos to code the behaviors of the infants.
Why are the rewarding effects of nicotine greater in diabetic rats?
Music affects people, that's for sure. But to what extent varies per person. To measure facial expressions during a musical experiment, FaceReader Online is the easy-to-use tool.
Contrary to common methods, gait analysis can detect clinically relevant symptoms early on, researchers say.
Using simulated medical encounters, Dr. Crapanzano and her team measured the influence of bias in the medical students' diagnosis and treatment plans for a patient presenting as mildly depressed.
Recent scientific research shows that emotional expressions like anger and happiness matter in being successful in the group phase of the soccer World Cup.