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Category Archives: RESEARCH
Friendships begin with liking or gratitude – roots that can be pulled up Daniel Deronda (1876), by George Eliot Twice in my life I’ve been stood behind someone in a queue who has unwittingly dropped a £10 pound note. Both … Continue reading
Kids’ social instincts emerge early [1,2]. Newborns prefer to look at human faces over other inanimate objects, especially attractive faces. Soon after, babies begin to evaluate the social actions of others: at three months they prefer to play with toy … Continue reading
We all know we should eat better, but it’s hard work to cut out saturated fats and processed sugars completely. Most of us try to achieve some kind of balance: if we’ve been eating fruit, veg, and bean salads all day, we … Continue reading