Egypt’s Military Is as Inflexible as the IslamistsProf. Yoram Meital says that Egypt is seeking stability three years after Hosni Mubarak's overthrow.
Believe Liars When They Say They’re LyingA BGU study shows that people are more honest than you think, even when they lie.
An Advanced Degree for Ultra-Orthodox PsychologistsBGU is now offering a special master's degree program in educational psychology for ultra-Orthodox Jews.
Dr. Warren Brodsky and Music for Safer DrivingDr. Warren Brodsky researches how the music young people choose to listen to while driving can be dangerous.
Music Can Distract Teen DriversBGU study finds that the music preferences of many young drivers increase their driving errors.
A Tale of Two ConflictsProf. Dror Ze'evi shares insight into why Egypt and Syria are fundamentally different conflicts.
How Song Selection Can Be a Driving DistractionA new BGU study finds that when teens play their own music they commit more driver errors.
Deciphering Jerusalem’s Oldest Written TextA 3,000-year-old ceramic jar fragment found near Jerusalem's Temple Mount bears a mysterious inscription.
New Research Center to Study Religious ConversionThe center will study the societal causes and impacts of conversion to Judaism and other religions.
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