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Psychological interventions to cut traumatic memories: Tetris or Candy Crush?
SCIENCE DAILY The popular building-block computer game Tetris might be more than an idle pastime that keeps you glued to a screen. Playing it shortly after experiencing a traumatic event... 1 hour
Language learning: 'Say it fast, fluent and flawless'
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Prefabricated phrases in young learners' oral language
PHYS.ORG A new doctoral dissertation by Parvin Gheitasi at Umeå University explores the different functions of prefabricated phrases in young learners' oral language production. These phrases provided learners with an instrument to overcome their lack... 4 hours
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New tools to spy on raiding baboons in suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa
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'Spectacular-looking' endangered frog species discovered in Ecuador's cloud forests
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Scientists show prediction polls can outdo prediction markets
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The State Dept. Rewrote Its Climate Change Page
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Having a laugh with recruitment
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Sharing expert experimental knowledge to expedite design
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Water carriers in Madagascar bear brunt of global crisis
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[Perspective] Bringing proteins into the fold
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Age at immigration influences occupational skill development
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Building an underground savings account to bolster water supply
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How will Brexit impact life sciences in Wales?
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Ubiquitous marine organism co-evolved with other microbes, promoting more complex ecosystems
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Archival photos offer research value
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NASA tests observing capability on Hawaii's coral reefs
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35 years of chiptune's influence on electronic music
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Neil deGrasse Tyson's Words Inspire Cosmic Song and Music Video for Kids
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When did humans settle down? The house mouse may have the answer
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Trump recruits controversial Bush-era global health official
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Docking Port Relocated at Space Station to Support Commercial Spacecraft
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What about a mission to Titan?
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Timing a space laser with a NASA-style stopwatch
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President Trump Hails NASA's Space Exploration Spirit in Weekly Address
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