Eye-to-eye contact

It is the rise and fall of median voters’ unhappiness that drives the regime change between the two major political parties in the United States.

Eye-to-eye contact is rare but shapes our social behavior […] participants engaged in mutual eye-to-eye contact only 3.5% of the time

Psychedelic treatments are speeding towards approval. Many questions remain about the formerly taboo chemicals that are being used to treat trauma and depression. […] Dölen says that psychedelics could be a “master key” that unlocks critical periods — making them more sensitive to particular stimuli.

viruses can actually get sick. […]the culprits turn out to be other viruses.

Elephants give each other unique names, groundbreaking study reveals […] researchers recorded over 600 elephant calls […] low-frequency noises between 1 to 20 Hertz, too low for the human ear to hear. However, these so-called infrasounds can travel over vast distances as large as 10 kilometers (6 miles). The researchers then implemented a machine learning algorithm, which identified specific rumbles for 119 individual elephants. […] Some of these rumbles were played back to 17 wild elephants. When they heard their name, they were more likely to move quickly toward the sound source and vocalize faster in response.

How Stone Walls Became a Signature Landform of New England

Updates to the Open AI saga