What Barbecue Tells Us About Israeli CultureThe Independence Day ritual has grown more elaborate, but still points to the country’s roots.
Treating Postpartum DepressionBGU researchers present new guidelines for treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders based on new study.
Are Haredi Jews Embracing the Internet Revolution?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 HotA BGU research study reveals a technique related to time that helps you see yourself more as others do.
Self-Criticism Can Be Psychologically DevastatingBGU research finds that internalized harsh treatment leads to mental health disorders and raises suicide risk.
Scared of Spiders? They’ll Look BiggerBGU researchers discover that arachnophobia literally changes the way some people see spiders.
The Science Behind DishonestyThe Washington Post covers a BGU study that shows how winning leads to cheating.
The Itsy Bitsy Spider?New research from BGU suggests people with a fear of spiders perceive them to be bigger than they are.
How Winning Leads to CheatingNew research suggests that winning a competition can predict future dishonest behavior.
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