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Common eyesight myth demystified

New research from St Andrews finds that a common eye condition has little or no impact on an aspect of a person’s 3-Dimensional perception.

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Coronavirus and relationships

Avoid breaking point: coronavirus lockdown means developing a ‘new normal’ for relationships, according to Dr Kate Cross.

The truth about panic

Professor Stephen Reicher from the School of Psychology & Neuroscience writes about panic and human behaviour in a crisis.

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Bossing it

New international research led by St Andrews reveals that facial expression and head angle are key to making a person look bossy.