The study, published in Cogent Psychology, successfully demonstrates for the first time that different parts of the brain are activated when perceiving popular food brands as opposed to organic brands. The new insight marks a breakthrough in the understanding of consumer neuroscience and behaviour, and may ultimately lead to consumers choosing healthier eating options.
Adult and juvenile remains of a giant rodent species (Isostylomys laurdillardi) have been uncovered by researchers, in the Río de la Plata coastal region of southern Uruguay, raising questions about classification within dinomids.
Taylor & Francis Group partner with Royal Statistical Society to sponsor the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences MSc teaching programme-
Taylor & Francis Group announced today it will be working with the Royal Statistical Society (RSS) to sponsor the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and its MSc teaching programme for a minimum of four years.
The 60th volume of Research-Technology Management, the award-winning journal of the Industrial Research Institute (IRI), begins 2017 with a themed issue “Innovation Management—The State of the Art”.