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Psychology
Health  /  Published 22.01.20

The quiet focus of an athlete

The brains of athletes may process and respond to sounds differently...
By Gretchen Reynolds/NYTNS

Arts  /  Published 17.01.20

Using theatre to explore child sexual abuse

THEATRE: The situational drama persistently drives home the obscurity in the understanding of a “good touch” and a “bad touch”...
By Debaroti Chakraborty

Opinion  /  Published 15.12.19

Grit is a better predictor of success than IQ

Don’t let anyone tell you that your exam or test scores will determine success in your life...
By Vinati Dev

Entertainment  /  Published 15.11.19

Aditi balances mind and movies

She will be seen in ‘Koi Jane Na’, a film starring Kunal Kapoor and Amyra Dastur...
By Ushnota Paul

Health  /  Published 03.08.19

Mind matters

Children today are given phones and tabs from their diaper days...
By Minu Budhia

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Health  /  Published 18.06.19

What dating 'type' are you?

A recent University of Toronto study finds evidence for dating 'types' and offers clues for maintaining happy relationships ...
By Chris Sasaki

Opinion  /  Published 06.03.19

A scientific playbook for the 'good life'

Through decades of research, Martin Seligman has developed a model for what Aristotle would call 'the good life'...
By Vinati Dev

Opinion  /  Published 30.06.19

Is there selfishness behind our altruism?

A majority of Indians are unhappy caring for their parents or in-laws according to a nationwide survey...
By The Editorial Board

Science  /  Published 02.04.19

Seeing reminders of coffee can stimulate the brain, study shows

4 separate studies found that participants exposed to coffee-related cues perceived time as shorter and thought in more concrete, precise terms...
By Don Campbell


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