Tag: Psychology

Finding Humor in Imperfection

The “TAU Review” held a Zoom interview with well-known Israeli comedian, writer and TV and radio host, Einav Galili, who earned her BA in psychology and arts from TAU in 2001. By Melanie Takefman “Holocaust...

arts, Psychology

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Less work for a better memory

TAU researchers find brief reactivations of visual memories are enough to complete the learning process A  new Tel Aviv University study finds that brief memory reactivations can replace repeated extensive...

Psychology

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Are gender roles inherited?

A new collaborative study from TAU, the University of Melbourne and the University of Exeter says yes The different ways men and women behave, passed down from generation to generation, can be inherited from...

Psychology

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What if…time doesn’t heal?

A new TAU study finds that resilience and vulnerability are not mutually exclusive among aging groups At a conference held by TAU’s Herczeg Institute on Aging, researchers presented a study that counters commonly-held...

Psychology

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Pursuing the Unknown

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