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Are fans of TV series addicts or control freaks?
Avid watchers of television and streaming series are often portrayed as hooked to their screens and completely passive. But is that a fair assessment? According to a new study, viewers actually...
How the brain manages our appetite
From hunger to satiety, from pleasure to addiction and even disgust: what are the brain mechanisms that determine when it is time to eat or not?
A Common Treatment for Addiction and PTSD
The factor that unites both of these pathologies: memory. The recently-demonstrated ability to modify reactivated memories paves the way for potential new treatments. Pascale Gisquet-Verrier and...
For the Love and Hate of Smartphones
In a recently-published essay entitled "The Third Brain,” the researcher Pierre-Marc de Biasi alerts us to our increasing dependency on the smartphone, an "intrusive, manipulative and...
How Many Sexes Are There?
Tracing Back the Potters of Pompeii
“The origin of SARS-CoV-2 is being seriously questioned”
The sound of Palaeolithic music
SuperCam, our eyes and ears on Mars
Pernelle Bernardi has her eyes set on Mars