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.
Hear Prof. Alon Tal Discuss His New Book“If you’re going to read a book about Israel this decade, this is the one to read,” says the interviewer.
Handling Rumors During a CrisisA BGU Ph.D. student is studying how to stifle rumors that can hinder the efforts of first-responders.
Trick Your Brain Into Beating the HeatA BGU study finds that simply thinking of cold climates can help people tolerate the summer heat.
Facing Israel’s Population ProblemIn his new book, Prof. Alon Tal says it's time to rethink Israel's demographic objectives.
Combating the “Silent” BoycottThe BGU president discusses a subtle, but sinister, result of the anti-Israel movement on academia.
Never Too Old for SexResearch finds that seniors are not only sexually active, but look for ways to spice up their love lives.
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