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Are Math Abilities Learned or Innate?

October 31, 2016

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers debunk the consensus that math skills are something we're simply born with.

Male Athletes Choke, Female Athletes Do Not

October 31, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

After studying a year’s worth of tennis matches, researchers find that it’s "advantage women."

The Strengths and Delusions of ISIS – Part II

October 26, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Dr. Nimrod Hurvitz delves deeper into his argument that we are unwittingly boosting ISIS’s significance.

The Strengths, Weaknesses and Delusions of ISIS

October 13, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU's Dr. Nimrod Hurvitz claims that when it comes to ISIS, people are confusing fear with power.

Pointing Out Weight Issues Can Harm Children

September 28, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

Research by a BGU psychologist suggests parents have more to lose than gain by bringing up weight.

Strategies for Preventing Teen Suicide

September 27, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Gary Diamond shares how parents can provide a safe haven for teens during times of severe distress.

The Science Behind Walking in Someone Else’s Shoes

September 19, 2016

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU researcher uses fMRI to show how taking another's perspective can change your own emotional response.

Mental Health and Addiction Care in the Middle East

September 14, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Social Sciences & Humanities

A new book co-edited by Prof. Richard Isralowitz provides an in-depth resource for addiction experts.

The World’s Best City for Man’s Best Friend

September 1, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU doctoral students share why Tel Aviv is so crazy about dogs.




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