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Picturing Cold Increases Cognitive Control

April 10, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU research demonstrates that merely looking at photos of cold places increases cognitive control.

Women Have the Advantage in the Face of Pressure

March 20, 2017

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers find that women choke less than men by studying thousands of Grand Slam tennis matches.

Are Market Bubbles Caused by Traders’ Testosterone?

March 1, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

Research conducted at BGU shows that psychological momentum affects risk-taking among men but not among women.

Exploring the Rich History of Jews in India

February 22, 2017

Tags: Israel Studies, Culture & Jewish Thought, Social Sciences & Humanities

Two BGU scholars recently shared their expertise at a conference on Indian Jews held in New Delhi.

Are Values Learned or Inherited?

February 17, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

New research focusing on the behavior of children suggests that some values have genetic roots.

Electronic Upgrades Are an Environmental Hazard

January 26, 2017

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

According to a BGU study, consumers would pay more to ensure their old devices won’t become e-waste.

Daydreamers Suffer More From Sleep Deprivation

January 24, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

People with dissociative absorption tend to be less alert even after a good night’s sleep.

BGU Expert on Combating Israel Boycott

January 24, 2017

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Ilan Troen shares his expertise on how to counter the anti-Israel movement’s increased influence.

“Lehman Sisters” Might Not Have Failed

December 19, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

A new study led by a BGU researcher shows women are less likely to make risky trading deals.




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