Teadlane: kannibalism on normaalne! — Forte [29 December, 2010]
Inimeste võime näljaperioodidel ümberkaudseid süüa kujutab endast tõenäoliselt bioloogilise kohanemise vormi, väidab psühholoog ja teadusajakirjanik Jesse Bering.

Someone  Is Watching You - So Behave Yourself — The Globe and Mail [8 November, 2010]
In one of psychologist Jesse Bering's experiments at Queen's University in Belfast, researchers told children (ages 5 to 9) to throw Velcro balls at Velcro dartboards. They promised the children special prizes for hitting the bull's eye. But the rules of the game made it difficult for the children to win.

Las creencias sobrenaturales modifican el comportamiento humano — Tendencias 21 [7 September, 2010]
Experimentos realizados por un psicólogo de la Universidad Queens de Belfast han demostrado que niños y adultos modifican su comportamiento si se creen observados por algún agente sobrenatural. Según los científicos, este hecho demostraría que la religiosidad humana surgió como herramienta de supervivencia: para propiciar actitudes prosociales y asegurar así la cohesión grupal. Es decir, que la religiosidad sería un producto de la evolución.  

Is Believing in God Evolutionarily Advantageous? — NPR [30 August, 2010]
In the history of the world, every culture in every location at every point in time has developed some supernatural belief system. And believing in God may have been evolutionarily advantageous to humans as it provided a framework for promoting social good.

Teary-Eyed Evolution: Crying Serves A Purpose — NPR [23 August, 2010]
Many animals yelp or cry out when they're in pain. But as far as scientists can tell, we humans seem to be the only species that shed tears for emotional reasons. Scientists who study evolution say crying probably conferred some benefit and did something to advance our species — because it's stayed with us.

La masturbation au secours de l’humanité — Agence Science-Presse [24 June, 2010]
L’habileté cognitive à imaginer une scène torride couplée au plaisir solitaire jusqu’à l’atteinte de l’orgasme seraient deux facultés exclusives à l’Homme pour assurer la survie de l’espèce. Un coup de main de l’évolution dont apparemment l'humain est le seul à se servir abondamment.

A transzszexualizmus már a születés előtt kialakul — Origo [3 May, 2010]
Az emberek biológiai nemét az ivari kromoszómák határozzák meg. Létezik azonban egy ritka rendellenesség, amikor valaki úgy érzi, nem a megfelelő neműnek született. Ezt a férfiaknál és nőknél egyaránt előforduló nemi identitászavart csak most kezdik jobban megérteni a kutatók.

Scientists Investigate If Atheists' Brains Are Missing a 'God Spot’ — The Globe and Mail [02 April, 2010]
Jesse Bering, the director of the Institute of Cognition and Culture at Queen's University in Belfast, says that even people who say they don't believe in God often unconsciously attach a supernatural meaning to events - for instance, that bad things happen to us in order to teach life lessons.

La Bestialità è un orientamento sessuale? — Giornalettismo [26 March, 2010]
Jesse Bering dalle colonne di Scientific American si chiede se è realmente possibile per una persona normale e sana sviluppare una vera e propria preferenza sessuale per delle specie non umane e se questo amore debba essere considerato legale.

Morals Don't Come from God — Nature [8 February, 2010]
The finding that religion scarcely influences moral intuition undermines the idea that a godless society will be immoral, says Philip Ball. Whether it 'explains' religion is another matter.