Thirty years ago, Robin Dunbar theorized humans can maintain a friendship group of 150 people, with five intimate friendships. Despite many attempts to challenge the theory, Dunbar's Number has stood the test of time. Backed by neuroscience and statistics, Robin Dunbar explains why his theory still prevails.
People with grapheme-color synesthesia, associating colors with numbers and letters, have a significant advantage when it comes to statistical learning.
A new paper considers whether scientific research is really 'moving to a world beyond p<0.05, and if we are ready to alter the standing concept of 'statistical significance'.
Researchers reveal people react more to individual prices, but rational inattention leads to perception and overestimation of inflation rates.
Researchers report the human brain processes data to make statistical assessments that translate into confidence.