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Our fascination with the brain seems to come from a longing to make psychology more like a hard science and hence, we assume, more useful. Physics gave us electricity, skyscrapers, and the Internet. Chemistry gave us medicine and more fresh food
Some people brood over painful events.
COLLABORATIONS may go swimmingly for years before the hostility begins.
When shopping for mattresses, we're advised to trust our feelings. Don't.
People with a narcissistic personality disorder are oblivious to the damage they inflict on those around them. Temma Ehrenfeld explains...
We misread the story of evolution to think it leads to human beings, when it's really more about bugs.
Call them nests, hills, reefs, hives, or something else—homes in nature efficiently use the materials at hand to meet idiosyncratic needs.