Two psychologists rank various professions by level of perceived creepiness.
Why are some patents accepted while others are rejected? A new study analyzes how patents are evaluated.
Wedgies are more than uncomfortable; they can be dangerous, according to a case study, which describes a patient suffering from wedgie-related nerve damage.
A law professor develops a theory of “impossible attempts” and describes their legal implications.
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