Everyone knows what it is like to be afraid of failure, for example, when taking a test. Researchers are looking for ways to overcome that fear.
Researchers at Columbia University say they've translated brain signals directly into speech. This could help people recovering after a stroke. Ostensibly.
Scientists have shown how the toxoplasmosis parasite hides away in the brain, altering synapses and potentially causing depression, schizophrenia and autism.
Germany is just the latest defending World Cup champion to fail to advance to the knockout stage of the following tournament. Sports psychologist Jens Kleinert spoke to DW about the "curse of the World Cup champion."
A proposed law in Israel is designed to cut funding for cultural projects that are critical of the government. But while culture minister Miri Regev is still demanding "loyalty" from artists, her bill is on ice for now.
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