The high ticket prices and wacky space-age glasses may elicit an emotional response, but does 3D actually enhance the emotional power of a film? Apparently not, according to psychologists at the University of Utah.
Furrowed brow; thinned lips; flared nostrils. If you’ve ever rubbed someone up the wrong way, you’ll know that the signs of anger are hard to miss. Now, psychologists have discovered why this 'angry face' has evolved.
Our earliest attempts at drawing can provoke delight in our parents, but could they also provide a glimpse into the future? Researchers at King's College London have found that the drawings of four-year-old children can indicate their intelligence at age 14.
From fluffy kittens to doe-eyed dogs, most of us can’t help but melt at the sight of a cute critter. Now, UK scientists have revealed that children as young as three are able to recognise cute babies and animals.
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