Millennials, think you’re digitally better than us? Yes, according to science: Study one of the first to examine IT switching prowess phenomenon in the ‘net generation’ with some unexpected results

Emails, instant messaging, app notifications, RSS feeds, and a plethora of social networks inundate almost every aspect of daily life

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Seeing disfigured faces prompts negative brain and behavior responses: Brain imaging study finds negative implicit biases against individuals with scars, birthmarks and other facial differences

People with attractive faces are often seen as more trustworthy, socially competent, better adjusted, and more capable in school and

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