Are Math Abilities Learned or Innate?BGU researchers debunk the consensus that math skills are something we're simply born with.
Male Athletes Choke, Female Athletes Do NotAfter studying a year’s worth of tennis matches, researchers find that it’s "advantage women."
The Strengths and Delusions of ISIS – Part IIDr. Nimrod Hurvitz delves deeper into his argument that we are unwittingly boosting ISIS’s significance.
The Strengths, Weaknesses and Delusions of ISISBGU's Dr. Nimrod Hurvitz claims that when it comes to ISIS, people are confusing fear with power.
Pointing Out Weight Issues Can Harm ChildrenResearch by a BGU psychologist suggests parents have more to lose than gain by bringing up weight.
Strategies for Preventing Teen SuicideProf. 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 ShoesA 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 EastA 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 FriendBGU doctoral students share why Tel Aviv is so crazy about dogs.
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