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Brains Can Be Trained to Regulate Negativity

January 5, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

A simple computer task can change the brain's wiring to balance emotional reactions.

Better Parenting Through Reflection

December 30, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

The first graduates of a BGU parenting workshop gear up to help Bedouin parents.

Self-Criticism Can Be Debilitating, Even Lethal

December 28, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A new book by Prof. Golan Shahar explores how self-criticism can be a potentially deadly “personality virus."

Haunted by Pasts Real and Imagined

December 10, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Ilan Troen speaks in Pennsylvania about how memory impacts Jews and Muslims in the Arab world.

BGU Prof. Among Those Accepted Into Royal Spanish Academy

December 9, 2015

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Social Sciences & Humanities

This marks the first time the prestigious institution acknowledges experts in Sephardic Jewry.

Is Too Much Praise Harmful to Children?

November 19, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Avi Assor lends his expertise in an exposé about teen suicide in The Atlantic magazine.

Seniors Turn to the Internet for Sex Questions

October 20, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Galit Nimrod finds that online sex forums give older adults support they struggle to find elsewhere.

One Parent Can Dictate a Child’s Self-Esteem

October 19, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU psychologist suggests the dominant parent has more sway than both combined.

British Intelligence in the Middle East

September 22, 2015

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Meir Zamir discusses the secret dealings that tried to keep Israel under British influence.


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