Signs of Lying May Be Confused With Truth-Telling Signs
A new study has found that people are skilled at identifying commonly displayed cues, such as hesitations and hand gestures, that tell them someone is lying. Unfortunately, these signs are produced more often when someone is telling the truth, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh.
Previous motherhood could affect hormone therapy’s ability to prevent memory loss
A new study reports mother rats who received hormone replacement therapy responded worse to memory and spatial learning tasks than those who had not given birth.