Whether taking in art or making it ourselves, long stays at home during the COVID-19 pandemic may lead to a new appreciation of the arts.
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Biologists explain why private zoos like those in "Tiger King" are bad for big cats, what the series got wrong, and what's next for tiger conservation.
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"Social media affect viewers because they speak to our natural tendency to follow the crowd—a phenomenon that scholars describe as the 'bandwagon effect.'"
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Facial recognition technology sheds light the emotional reactions of men and women during first presidential debate in 2016.
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To study how investors judge pitches, researchers used an odd laboratory: the TV show "Shark Tank."
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How big could the Game of Thrones dragons really get? How would they breathe fire? A reptile expert answers your dragon questions.
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Watching TV while you share your thoughts on Twitter could make you less likely to resist ads and more likely to shop online.
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