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Aditi Subramaniam, Ph.D.
Several factors influence our disgust responses, from culture to genetics to familiarity.
The expansion of the role of disgust from a mechanism to protect from pathogens to one that governs morality.
A new study asks what motivates toddlers to explore their environments as much as they do.
If we can attempt to harness our primal, tribalistic empathy and use it to try and enhance our understanding of people different from us, the world might be better for it.
In a world that is becoming increasingly globalized, it is more important than ever to recognize empathy for the parochial emotion that it is.
Why blackmail and bribery can be useful tools while dealing with a toddler.
Do you find yourself worrying inordinately about COVID-19? Here's what's happening in your brain, and what you can do about it.
Toddler tantrums are a fact of life. Here's what to do about them.
Most of screen time research focuses on the pitfalls. But there is another side to the story.
How the brain processes language, and how this uniquely human faculty develops in the brains of children.
Neuroscience researchers are beginning to explore the effects of spirituality on the brain. Here's what they are finding out.
How much of fear is inborn? Lessons from my daughter on fear—and how to overcome it.
My toddler's giggles got me curious about humor and its evolutionary basis.
Aditi Subramaniam is a Neuroscience Ph.D., and mother to a 2-year old girl. She loves writing about science, and her baby is the ideal experiment subject!