A clinical psychologist explains what has the potential to trigger our usually well-meaning laughter.
Videographers have become an integral part of many Australians’ wedding days – sometimes even screening their video before the day is over.
Video evidence can be powerful at a trial – but it does not always lead to a fair rendering of justice.
Students prefer videos that are simply produced, convenient to watch and with a narrative that’s delivered in an informal conversational way.
Just because YouTube recommends a video doesn’t mean it has medically valid information.
The voting public is being forced to wade through a fog of disinformation thanks to some cynical ploys.
Some of the most popular online videos are of people whispering, turning book pages or gently tapping computer keys. What is going on? A researcher explains the quest for ‘brain tingles.’