Eye-catching studies that didn’t make the final cut:

Evidence against two claims about mirror neurons.

Another Milgram replication, this time in an ‘immersive video environment’.

Incidental tactile sensations affect our social judgments – for example, interviewers holding a heavier clip board perceive job candidates to be more important.

Personality research with apes and monkeys.

A test for distinguishing between major depression in the elderly and the depression associated with Alzheimer’s Disease.

These findings indicate that basic number processing in adults with dyslexia is intact.’

Examining the acceptance of and resistance to evolutionary psychology [pdf]

Women more likely to give their phone number to a man after they’ve listened to music with romantic lyrics.

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