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Magpies are not attracted to shiny objects and don’t routinely steal small trinkets such as jewellery, according to a new study.
In European culture, it is widely accepted that magpies (Pica pica) are the pilferers of the bird kingdom, unconditionally attracted to sparkly things and prone to pinching them for their nests, almost as a compulsion.
A University of Exeter psychologist will today give evidence to the Justice Committee of the Scottish Parliament calling for recognition of the connection between head injury and re-offending.
Bumblebees are able to connect differences in pollen quality with floral features, like petal colour, and so land only on the flowers that offer the best rewards, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Exeter.
The beginning of July saw CEDAR welcome colleagues from all over the UK to join us to celebrate 6 years of High Intensity IAPT training and look to the future of IAPT across the UK through a day’s conference, hosted by Professor Eugene Mullan and Dr Rachel Handley.