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Don’t Just Dive Into Action: Stop to Think First

July 9, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A new book uses BGU’s analysis of soccer penalty kicks to prove how to be successful and stay relevant.

Don’t Assume How Someone is Feeling, Just Ask

July 5, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU study finds direct conversation is the best way to determine what someone is feeling or thinking.

New Study Debunks Dale Carnegie Advice

June 21, 2018

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

Researchers find that direct conversation is the best way to determine what someone is feeling or thinking.

Dr. Eran Ben-Elia, the Professor of Parking

June 12, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech, Social Sciences & Humanities

New podcast, featuring Dr. Eran Ben-Elia, discusses why people might choose one parking spot over another.

If You Believe It, It’s True

May 3, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU study says that people reflexively accept information as accurate if it aligns with their worldview.

People Think You’re Older When You Smile

May 3, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

People who smiled in photos were perceived as looking older than they did with a neutral expression.

BGU Professor Wants to Change How We Park

April 17, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Ben-Elia uses a virtual reality game to test why people might choose one parking spot over another.

Lucid Dreams May Be Harmful to Mental Health

March 28, 2018

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers find that trying to make yourself dream can lead to stress and dissociative experiences.

BGU Uses Games to Research Driverless Cars

March 8, 2018

Tags: Robotics & High-Tech, Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Eran Ben-Elia uses game simulations to test people’s reactions and behaviors with autonomous vehicles.


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