Humans, smartphones often fail to detect morph photos
London, March 26 (IANS) A group of researchers has demonstrated that both humans and smartphones show a degree of error in distinguishing face morph photos from their 'real' faces on fraudulent identity cards.
BRICS not 'psychologically ready' to sign free trade zone: Russian Minister
Nations are not "psychologically ready" to sign a free trade zone...
Childhood psychological abuse as harmful as sexual abuse
Children who had been psychologically abused suffered from anxiety, depression, low ...
Crisis in cockpit: Increasing number of pilots failing psychological test
Air India turning down 40 pilots for not meeting 'psychological standards' is a revelation about the kind of people in the cockpit.
New AI system can understand, see like humans
New York, Jan 20 (IANS) A new computational model performs at human levels when subjected to standard intelligence test, making artificial intelligence (AI) system at par with human understanding capabilities.
Psychology, as much as physical skill, determines success in football
Van Gaal kept Cillessen in dark throughout the match about being possibly replaced if push came to shoot-out, which shows Van Gaal's keen insight into human psychology.
The mass molestation that wasn’t?
Street harassment and sexual assault is a pervasive phenomenon around the world, and all too often, a sensational panic around these attacks has its own politics.
People over-eat because of these three weird psychological biases
People don't just eat when they're hungry, and they don't stop when they're full. Psychologists have found a not-so-sweet suite of factors that contribute to over-eating.
Cell phones distract less frequent internet users more
Tokyo, Jan 8 (IANS) If you are an infrequent internet user, then mere presence of a smartphone can adversely affect your cognitive performance, a study has found.
Sloshed? Sozzled? Stoned? Saved!
The next few days, the boom and bust phenomenon will not just apply to economies but also to individuals. And we are the species best suited to try to minimise the forthcoming damage.
Psychology rules for getting better at chess and life
Chess psychology can be distilled to two simple rules: Don’t ever be afraid of your opponent; fight as hard as you can until the game is over.
You can use brands to vent relationship frustration
New York, Dec 16 (IANS) If you ever feel frustrated with your romantic partner but cannot vent it out, buy something for yourself that is of an opposite brand to what your partner would prefer.
Have trouble remembering things at work? Here is what you can do
Difficulty in planning or retaining information are indicators of neuropsychological impairment.
Playing victim for psychological advantage
Finally, King Khan, whose success both as an actor and a brand has been as meteoric as meteoric can get, said he is perfectly safe in the country.
Why some songs play in endless loop in our head
London, Nov 4 (IANS) British scientists have identified the reason behind what makes a song so catchy that it gets stuck in our head and goes on playing in an endless loop -- known as experiencing involuntary musical imagery or earworms.
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