Alice Robb

It's grown-ups, not kids, who feel sad when they learn the truth about Santa

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Are you hard-wired to leave positive feedback on eBay? Inside the surprising science of altruism

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Scholarly research makes it clear: Clothing makes the best gift of all

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Surprising new revelations from research into weight loss, athletics, and motor skills

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According to early reports, a student in Colorado opened fire in his high school today, injuring two people before killing himself. Coming on the eve of the first anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown, some are speculating that the killer drew inspiration from Adam Lanza.

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Why Is Rudolph's Nose Red?

It's probably parasites. Or cocaine.

It's probably parasites. Or cocaine.

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Last week, the Nonhuman Rights Project filed three lawsuits seeking "legal personhood" for four chimps who live upstate and are used for research—or, as the NRP puts it, are “imprisoned”— but this week New York judges denied the animal-rights group’s claims. Just how much do chimps have in common with people, though? Consider the following studies:

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The Wall Street Journal reported this week on a spate of controversial new studies suggesting behavioral differences between men and women are due to “hard-wiring” in the brain.

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It all comes down to red vs. blue.

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Does it matter whether he drew a penis intentionally or unintentionally?

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