A recent study revealed that almost two-thirds (61%) of drinkers in the UK over-indulge in alcohol over the festive season.
- Health & Wellness
Superstitious beliefs and behaviours are prevalent around the world.
There is a common genetic and neurobiological basis for risky behaviour; the genetic disposition for risk-taking is mapped in several areas of the brain.
- Mind & Brain
‘The Robot Made Me Do It’: Robots Encourage Risk-taking Behaviour in People, According to New Research
New research has shown robots can encourage people to take greater risks in a simulated gambling scenario.
People who travel internationally as part of their work are more likely to engage in risky behaviour while away from home.