University Of Massachusetts,
University Of Virginia,
Baby Racial Bias,
Caucasian Asian Baby Bias,
Toddler Bias Study,
Toddler Psychology Study,
University Of Washington,
Black Voices News
Toddlers picking playmates seems like a pretty innocent occurrence, but one team of researchers has set out to determine just how early racial bias starts playing a role into preference at an early age. Jessica Sommerville, an associate professor of psychology who specializes in cognitive development at University...
Explosive volcanic eruptions apparently shaped Mercury's surface for billions of years — a surprising finding, given that until recently scientists had thought the phenomenon was impossible on the sun-scorched planet. This discovery could shed new light on the origins of Mercury, investigators added. On Earth,...
There's no question that science has gone a long way toward solving some of nature's deepest mysteries -- everything from finding what black holes are made of to why zebras have stripes. But there are still many scientific mysteries yet to be solved. And...
Multidisciplinary Association For Psychedelic Studies,
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,
MDMA, the illegal raver stimulant commonly known by its street names molly and ecstasy, may be poised to attract a new demographic beyond young people looking to party: Individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. In a Reddit.com Ask Me Anything session Wednesday, Tony Macie, a 27-year-old retired U.S....
Amelia Earhart Mystery,
Amelia Earhart Plane Wreck,
International Group For Historic Aircraft Recovery,
John D. Jarrell,
Richard E. Gillespie,
Weird For Aol,
Weird News News
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Experts retained by an aircraft preservation group say underwater video shot in the South Pacific yields no evidence of the wreckage of the missing plane piloted by aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart. Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in 1932. She was trying...