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How Much Will We Pay for Something? Depends on the Value of What We’ve Just Encountered

The value of the products we encounter influences how much we’ll subsequently pay for other items, new neuroscience research has found. The results point to a previously undetected factor that affects consumer behavior.

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NYU Carter Journalism Institute Accepting Applications for “The Reporting Award” to Cover Underreported Topics in the Public Interest

New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute is accepting applications for “The Reporting Award,” which supports a work of journalism in any medium on significant underreported subjects in the public interest.

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Geopipe Technology Models the Real World for Training Simulations, Games, Architecture — Showcase Exhibition Nov. 14 on Capitol Hill

Geopipe, Inc., which allows professionals in simulation, gaming, architecture, and other fields to instantly download immersive virtual models of the real world, will feature its work as part of the inaugural “University Innovation & Entrepreneurship Showcase,” on Tues., Nov. 14 on Capitol Hill.

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“The Dead Sea Scrolls at 70,” NYU’s Rose-Marie Lewent Conference—November 16-17

New York University’s Center for Ancient Studies will host “The Dead Sea Scrolls at 70,” a two-day conference that will address many of the central questions regarding the contribution of the Scrolls to our understanding of the Bible and the history of Judaism and Christianity, on Thurs., Nov. 16 and Fri., Nov. 17.

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Neuroscientists Find Promise in Intervention to Normalize Biological Functions in Fragile X Mice

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A team of neuroscientists have developed an intervention that normalizes multiple biological functions in mice afflicted with Fragile X Syndrome.

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“The Big Picture: What’s at Stake in Trump’s America?”—Nov. 7 Symposium at NYU

New York University’s Institute for Public Knowledge (IPK) will host “The Big Picture: What’s at Stake in Trump’s America,” a day-long symposium on the rise of Donald Trump as a candidate and decisions as president, on Tues., Nov. 7.

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Afterschool Program Environments Linked to Academic Confidence and Skills

Afterschool programs with positive, responsive, and organized environments can have academic benefits for students, finds a new study by NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

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Biographer Ron Chernow on the Life of Ulysses S. Grant—Nov. 6 at NYU

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Ron Chernow, the Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of “Washington: A Life” and of the acclaimed “Alexander Hamilton,” will discuss the legacy of Ulysses S. Grant, the subject of his newest biography, on Mon., Nov. 6.

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NYU College of Dentistry Awarded $3.6 Million by NIH for Cavity Prevention Research in Rural New Hampshire

Study to Compare Cavity Prevention Techniques in School-based Dental Programs







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