Communication

Round-up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

December 2, 2011 739
  • Summing up the financial crisis hitting the eurozone (Local Economy)
  • Are you too old to learn a second language? (Language and Speech)
  • Video-chatting may be the future for rural and isolated students (SAGE Open)
  • More than a toy: Holding a teddy bear can ease the negative effects of social exclusion (Social Psychological and Personality Science)
  • The right face leads to success: Facial structure predicts financial performance (Psychological Science)
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