The holiday season: A time warp experience

Those excited for Christmas or Ramadan are more likely to feel they come quicker, study shows.

Uncovering grading bias in German secondary schools

A study of more than 14,000 German ninth graders shows that a child’s report card shows bias.

Fear’s influence on decision making: A study

Women experiencing fear tended to prioritize smaller short-term gain compared to men.

How gender discrimination affects the wellbeing of older women?

11% of women aged 52+ face gender discrimination, causing depression, loneliness, and poor quality of life.

Political views and welfare attitudes impact obesity perception

Weight stigma, welfare attitudes, and politics in a British survey.

The study reveals personal variations in body temperature

Using unsupervised learning to define typical oral temperature ranges in outpatients.

Algorithmic decision-making: The future of decision making

Equity in algorithmic decision-making.

Women STEM instructors encourage undergraduates to conceal stigmatized identities

Women working as STEM instructors are more likely than men to disclose their undergraduate identities.

Purpose and Competence: The key to adolescent success

Wellbeing beyond happiness: What Matters for adolescent academic achievement.

The scent from a person’s hand can be used to predict their sex

Analysis of scent compounds from the palm can predict a person’s sex with more than 96% accuracy.

Doctors from Minority ethnic groups are less likely to get specialist NHS training posts

Female applicants are more successful in appealing to different genders.

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