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Three Kinds of Human Smiles - Discover Magazine (blog)
There are three basic types of human smile: “reward”, “affiliative” and “dominance” smiles. That's according to a new paper by psychologists Magdalena Rychlowska and colleagues. Here's the authors' illustration of the types, as posed by actors.

Water Balloons, Weapons of Mass Destruction and the PTAB -
Josh Malone has eight kids. On a hot Texas days, he and his kids enjoy a water balloon fight to cool things off. Josh is normally in the rear with the gear. He is the family reloader, filling and tying water balloons to supply his kids with the.

Call of MRI: Action Video Games And The Brain - Discover Magazine (blog)
No sooner had I published my last post, on the much-discussed “women's brains are more active than men's” study, than another neuroscience paper triggered a fresh media storm. This time, the subject was videogames, and the headlines were alarming.

Dodgers to unveil Jackie Robinson statue on 70th anniversary of his debut -
This Saturday will mark the 70th anniversary since Jackie Robinson debuted for the Los Angeles Dodgers and broke baseball's color barrier. Baseball has been celebrating Robinson on each April 15 since 2009 , with all on-the-field personnel donning the&nbsp.

Mike Trout has a historically bad supporting cast, probably isn't getting a new one -
For the answer , we turned to Fangraphs researcher Jonah Pemstein (no relation). Pemstein looked at All-Star player vs. rest of team comparisons going back to 1955, the earliest year in Fangraphs' database in which the park-adjusted, catch-all offensive.

Visual Face-preference in the Human Fetus? - Discover Magazine (blog)
Even before we're born, human beings are sensitive to face-like shapes, according to a paper just published in Current Biology. British researchers Vincent M. Reid and colleagues of the University of Lancaster used lasers to project a pattern of three.

“Brain Training” Doesn't Work? - Discover Magazine (blog)
However, neither Lumosity nor the control had any effect on the key outcome: executive function. Executive function refers to cognitive processes that regulate behaviour and help make reasoned (as opposed to impulsive) decisions. Kable et al. measured&nbsp.

Hidden Invaders - Discover Magazine
At 7 years old, Paul Michael Nelson was the kind of quiet, brilliant kid you were likely to find in Silicon Valley — captivated by Legos, self-taught in origami, loving and sweet. But on March 2, 2009 , he woke up in the middle of the night.

Neuroskeptic - Discover Magazine (blog)
First off, I don't think Crutzen and Peters really answer the question of whether a small study is better than nothing at all. They say that small studies may be unable to answer research questions, but should we expect them to? Surely, a small amount.

Thursday MLB scores, highlights, updates, news: Verlander's bad inning sinks Tigers -
His current K/BB ratio of 2.43, if it held, would be his worst such mark since 2009 . He's also seeing his groundball tendencies erode, and he's giving up harder-than-average contact off the bat. During his successful late-career run, Colon's thrived.

Researchers Apologize For Writing “Derpy” In A Paper - Discover Magazine (blog)
It appears that memes and science don't mix well. A pair of researchers have published an apology in a peer-reviewed journal – for using the word “derpy” in an earlier paper. In April 2016, Archives of Sexual Behavior published a piece called Fighting.

Do Criminals Read Psychology Papers? - Discover Magazine (blog)
They were designed using the mathematics of probability, and chance, and any others that were thought to give them the edge against the 'punter'. Anyone interested in making money, by fleecing other people, will use every method that they can find.

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