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The authors of the study don’t yet know if it is possible to create the ideal calcium environment in the brain for sleep or to control how much sleep people need, but these are questions that fascinate sleep researchers.WHY DO BRAINS NEED SLEEP? THESE ‘TWINKLING’ STAR-SHAPED CELLS MAY HELP US FIND OUTRACHAEL ZISKSEPTEMBER 29, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
I knew I wanted to study psychology because I was just fascinated by human behavior.ADAM GRANT’S PHILOSOPHY OF GIVINGJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 25, 2020OZY
A keen brewer and fermenter, Merlin is fascinated by the relationships that arise between humans and more-than-human organisms.THE FUNGAL EVANGELIST WHO WOULD SAVE THE BEES - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENMERLIN SHELDRAKESEPTEMBER 23, 2020NAUTILUS
In her youth, though fascinated, she dared not wear cowries, for they were seen as demonic objects that linked men to spirits.LAFALAISE DION TAKES ESSENCE ON A PERSONAL JOURNEYNANDI HOWARDSEPTEMBER 4, 2020ESSENCE.COM
Tuomas Sandholm, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, is not a poker player—or much of a poker fan, in fact—but he is fascinated by the game for much the same reason as the great game theorist John von Neumann before him.THE DECK IS NOT RIGGED: POKER AND THE LIMITS OF AIMARIA KONNIKOVAAUGUST 7, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
American media has long projected its news and culture to a fascinated global audience.GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS SHOW HOW THE US HAS RETREATED FROM ITS POSITION AS A WORLD LEADERLGBTQ-EDITORJUNE 9, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
Still, gambling seemed to be made particularly fascinating here, and he wanted to be fascinated, wanted it badly.ROSEMARY IN SEARCH OF A FATHERC. N. WILLIAMSON
Something in her eyes attracted and fascinated, and at the same time troubled Mr. Mason, he scarcely knew why.THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
She was fascinated by this aptitude, but presently she was still more fascinated by the subtle use that he was making of it.BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Once upon a time she had fascinated Worse when he was a mate, during a certain boating excursion by moonlight.SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND


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