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When you stick out your tongue, a baby monkey will follow your lead.
The brain begins processing lessons learned during the day long before bedtime.
By studying how babies choose things, researchers have discovered that babies are especially good at learning things that are essential for survival.
The emotion that your body shows may have a stronger effect than what your face says.
How painful you expect something to be beforehand can affect how you actually feel when you're hurt.
Capuchin monkeys react to their own mirror images in surprising ways.
A whiff of a brain chemical known as oxytocin may make people more trusting when making a deal.
Different smells light up different parts of the brain.
Bright light may help some people who are seriously depressed feel better.
Celebrations honoring the world's top scientists brought students from many countries to Sweden to tour, learn, talk, and party.
Deep sleep may help your brain solidify memories of where you've been and how you got there.
Fruit flies have not one, but two built-in clocks to regulate daily activity.