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Were OkCupid's and Facebook's Experiments Unethical?

It's been an interesting month for online social science experiments, between Facebook's research into emotional contagion and now OkCupid's study of perceived compatibility. The two experiments had very different objectives, but both companies ...
 Harvard Business Review1 hour ago Journal defends Facebook 'emotion contagion' study  First Post.com3 weeks ago The Bright Side of Facebook's Social Experiments on Users  NDTV3 weeks ago Facebook’s product guy is right, the media sucks — but journalists are also right: Facebook has to share the blame  Content Sutra2 months ago
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Which features shape our first impressions?

Scientists know it takes humans just milliseconds to look at someone's face and judge them good-looking or trustworthy. Now, a new study finds that certain facial features seem to trigger specific first impressions about a person's character, too.
 CBS News5 hours ago Facial Dimensions May Be Key to First Impressions  US News & World Report1 day ago

Social and human economy

The term social and economic development makes sense only from the universalization of some social gains, such as lower infant mortality rate, quality universal education, promoting compatible, income distribution, making the market dynamic and ...
 Pravda22 hours ago The Rise of Social Engineering  Noodls11 hours ago

Scientists Study the Social Origin of Intelligence in the Brain

Scientists are tackling and beginning to answer longstanding questions about how the brain works, by studying the injuries and aptitudes of Vietnam War veterans, who suffered penetrating head wounds during the war. The researchers found that ...
 MedIndia4 hours ago Team studies the social origins of intelligence in the brain  EurekAlert!6 hours ago Study explores brain injury recovery Post navigation Weekly Poll Are you happier on co-op, or in class? Social  Individual.com4 days ago
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Can Climate Change Hurt Your Health?

Flooding in Brisbane 2011. Photo from Tatters (Flickr CC) Scientists explore link between climate change and human health The Australian Academy of Science has gathered 60 researchers who seek to investigate concerns about climate change as ...
 Asia Sentinel7 hours ago Scientists explore link between climate change and human health  Asian Correspondent11 hours ago Would Jesus Accept Climate Science?  Huffington Post3 days ago NZers among experts discussing solutions on climate & health  Scoop1 day ago

@WTA Plays To Win For USANA True Health Foundation, Rallying More Than $13,000 To Date In "Aces for Humanity" Campaign

/PRNewswire/ -- The extended partnership between USANA Health Sciences and the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) continues to be a winning combination for sport and charity. At the halfway point of the 'Aces for Humanity' campaign, USANA and the WTA ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago USANA Health Sciences : @WTA Plays To Win For USANA True Health Foundation, Rallying More Than $13,000 To Date In "Aces for Humanity" Campaign  4 Traders1 day ago

Human or robot? Hit Swedish TV series explores shrinking divide

He has no special interest in science fiction, but the creator of a Swedish sci-fi drama that pits robots against humans has struck a nerve among viewers. "Real Humans", by screenwriter-actor Lars Lundstroem, stars humanoids called "hubots", a ...
 Space Daily6 days ago ASIMO agile and responsive robot is poised to replace humans  ZDNet4 days ago
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Hundreds of animals disappear as humans multiply

News in Science Friday, 25 July 2014 Muriquis (Bracyteles arachnoides) and other large primates are vanishing from tropical ecosystems (Source: Pedro Jordano) 'Sixth extinction' As the number of humans on Earth has nearly doubled over the ...
 ABC Online4 days ago

Has domestication shrunk our brains?

Scientists have found that the human brain has been shrinking for the past 20,000 years, and we have lost roughly a tennis ball’s worth of neurones in volume, possibly as a result of “domestication”. According to fossil records, at the end of the last ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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