Is it possible to manipulate memory formation and consolidation? And why would we want to do it? We explore these questions in this Spotlight feature.
New research suggests eye-tracking devices can be used to point us to one side or another of an ethical issue.
When mistreating users becomes competitive advantage.
What interest rate policy is best for worldwide supply chains?
“Silly question!” you might exclaim. “Of course children manipulate their parents! My children do it all the time, and it drives me crazy!” We tend to call it manipulation when a child looks at us, and then proceeds to do … Continue reading →
Emerging evidence is shining a light on the connection between our guts and several psychological conditions. But how close are we to putting it into action clinically?
How to recognize the motives and tactics of manipulators.
We're strengthening our policy toward misleading manipulated videos that have been identified as deepfakes.