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Eye-Catching Experiments

Every week studies catch our attention, too many for each to get an article.

Every week studies catch our attention, too many for each to get an article. We share them informally on social media and with friends but decided to share them with our readers, too, in a new column: Eye-Catching Experiments.

Studies may be newly published or new-to-us studies. We included publishing dates. A formal reference for each study — images as well — sits…

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