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Theresa Fisher

Theresa Fisher is VW's science editor. She does her best sleeping in the early morning light and her best thinking late at night.

Your Good Moods Run on a Daily Schedule (But Your Bad Moods Don't)
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A chronobiologist explains.
Research Says Sitting All Day May Not Be the Death Sentence We Thought
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So there's hope for office workers, after all.
How to Know if Your Tinder Date Will Be an Introvert or Extrovert
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It's all about a certain type of grammatcal response.
The Key to Self Improvement Might Be An 'All-at-Once' Approach
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Should we channel the Liz Lemon lifestyle (plus daily exercise, meditation and veggies)?
We All Make the Same Face When We Throw Shade
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Scientists discovered a universal expression for distaste that crosses all cultural boundaries.
Study: Hardcore Conservatives Like Ted Cruz Have a Specific Type of Bias
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They see doom and gloom everywhere.
The Evolution of Sleepovers in Suburbia
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One for every stage.
People Who Move Similarly Work Better Together
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There's something in the way you move.
How Our Understanding of Nightmares Has Changed Over the Last 3 Centuries
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Today, nightmare disorder is a diagnosable condition. Until the 1800s, however, we were still blaming demons.
This Is What's Happening in Your Brain When You're Waiting to Make a Great Point
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Sporadic bursts of neurons, it turns out, help us simultaneously store and learn information.