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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...
Can humans withstand long spaceflights?
Roland Marchal: “I was an academic hostage”
A Video Game for Detecting Alzheimer's Disease
Between transparency and confidentiality, is electronic voting viable?
It is not too late to act for biodiversity
Do Covid-19 vaccines prevent infection and transmission?