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What Barbecue Tells Us About Israeli Culture

May 12, 2016

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

The Independence Day ritual has grown more elaborate, but still points to the country’s roots.

Treating Postpartum Depression

May 10, 2016

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers present new guidelines for treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders based on new study.

Are Haredi Jews Embracing the Internet Revolution?

May 9, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

New research from a BGU doctoral student reveals the mysterious world of ultra-Orthodox internet users.

How to Tell If Other People Think You’re Hot

April 4, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU research study reveals a technique related to time that helps you see yourself more as others do.

Self-Criticism Can Be Psychologically Devastating

March 18, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU research finds that internalized harsh treatment leads to mental health disorders and raises suicide risk.

Scared of Spiders? They’ll Look Bigger

February 18, 2016

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers discover that arachnophobia literally changes the way some people see spiders.

The Science Behind Dishonesty

February 9, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

The Washington Post covers a BGU study that shows how winning leads to cheating.

The Itsy Bitsy Spider?

February 3, 2016

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

New research from BGU suggests people with a fear of spiders perceive them to be bigger than they are.

How Winning Leads to Cheating

February 3, 2016

Tags: Business & Management, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

New research suggests that winning a competition can predict future dishonest behavior.


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