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In an interview with Sigrid Kõiv, UT professor of Cognitive and Forensic Psychology Talis Bachmann explains the possibilities and problems of reading other peoples’ minds. Professor’s research interests include consciousness studies, visual awareness, advertising effects and much more. Continue reading →
General belief has long held that part of our personality always remains hidden from outside observers. However, a team of University of Tartu psychologists recently conducted a survey of the Estonian Genome Project’s gene donors which seriously challenges this assumption. The study indicates that it is impossible to hide anything from a relative or a close friend. Continue reading →