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Who amongst us hasn't experienced the exasperation and heartbreak of suffering through punishing diets and staring at the unmoving dial on the bathroom scale?
Contemplating whether he made a good negotiation offer, Dr. Dov Michaeli dives into the neural basis of decision-making.
Here are some of the thoughts that went through Dr. Dov Michaeli's mind as he was ready to bid adieu to Israel.
It has long been hypothesized that areas in the brain are specializing in directing social interactions like emulation, attunement, empathy, and altruism. This study provides unequivocal neuro-anatomical proof.
Believe it or not, crying is unique to us humans. Not even our closest relatives, the chimpanzees, are capable of shedding emotional tears.
It is time we stop pandering to the ideological know-nothings and tell it like it is without obfuscation.
It all begins in childhood. This resistance stems from two general facts about children—one having to do with what they know and the other having to do with how they learn.
Old-fashioned teaching and testing is the way to learn and retain the knowledge for a lifetime of usefulness and enjoyment.
Why don't we see miracle diets that tout maintenance of weight loss? The reasons for that are both psychological and physiological, and the neurobiology of it is fascinating.
We are increasingly coming to the conclusion that the much maligned placebo effect is indeed "all in your head"—but in a much more profound sense than had been suspected.
Dr. Dov Michaeli explores the question of who has more patience, us or our closest relatives, the chimps.
Saying one thing and then doing another is a result of your weakness. But doing one thing and then saying another, this is no weakness but willful hypocrisy.