One Parent Can Dictate a Child’s Self-EsteemA BGU psychologist suggests the dominant parent has more sway than both combined.
British Intelligence in the Middle EastProf. Meir Zamir discusses the secret dealings that tried to keep Israel under British influence.
New Egyptian Regime Presents Hope and ChallengesProf. Yoram Meital discusses the successes and pitfalls of the new government's security policies.
The Best and Worst Driving MusicDr. Warren Brodsky’s new book focuses on how listening to music in the car affects the way you drive.
Social Media Transforms Emergency CommunicationResearch from BGU finds that social media is the go-to communication method during emergencies.
How the Nazis Imagined a World Without JewsProf. Alon Confino talks about the story the Nazis told themselves to justify the extermination of the Jews.
The Source of Israel’s HappinessA BGU psychology professor says that the interconnectedness of Israeli society contributes to its contentment.
Seniors Surf Online for Sex InformationBGU research finds that older adults are seeking knowledge about sex from online communities.
How the Wrong Music Can Impair Your DrivingBGU expert publishes a book describing how listening to some music while driving can be deadly.
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