By Christian Jarrett. The dads’ hormonal changes were linked to their perceptions of referee fairness.
By Alex Fradera How much do experiences in one part of our lives have effects that spill into other, seemingly…
By Emma Young. Children cheated less from an answer sheet if there was some kind of barrier in their way — even if it was completely imaginary.
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One of the most thorough investigations into referee bias has found that they tend to award harsher foul punishments to…
By Emily Reynolds. The “Streaking Star Effect” relates to feelings of awe at seeing an individual on a winning streak.
This is yet another serious blow to the social priming literature. But it’s also a success for non-adversarial science. By Alex Fradera
By Emma Young. A person experiencing schadenfreude tends to dehumanise the target of their gleeful feelings.
By Christian Jarrett. The researchers said their exploratory study is the first to examine trash talking in sport through an evolutionary lens.
By Christian Jarrett For various reasons, children in many countries are increasingly sedentary and childhood obesity is a growing concern.…