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How Old Is PTSD?

There is a story in my family of my grandfather's homecoming from the Korean War. His father, a medic...

How Women Can Lean In Without Backlash

When Hillary Clinton ran for President in 2008, one of her biggest opponents was a mere nine inches tall...

It’s Not Marijuana That’s Behind Declining IQ Scores in Teens, New Studies Indicate

The burned out, slow-witted stoner is a popular stereotype, especially when people think of teenagers...

Lucid Dreaming May Help Us Unravel the Mystery of Consciousness

We spend around six years of our lives dreaming – that's 2,190 days or 52,560 hours. Although we can...

Seeing Dead People

Inge's boyfriend always texted her before bed on nights they did not spend together. So when the text...

Brain's 'Point of No Return' Discovered

A new study turns over a new leaf in the hot and curious debate on the existence of free will by removing...

What Aphasia Feels and Looks Like

Did make source you? Prable not. Is bξttΞ? Or window as reeds? Did that make sense to you? Probably not...

What the Spinning Dancer Illusion Reveals About Your Perceptual Bias

The silhouette illusion — an optical illusion featuring a spinning dancer — plays tricks on our visual...

Why It's So Hard to Find the Panda Among the Snowmen

There's a sneaky panda hiding in plain sight in a crowd of unsuspecting snowmen. Can you spot it? It...

Memory Styles: We Don't All Remember Our Lives in the Same Way

When you rifle through your memories, what details stick out to you? If you could travel to Paris, would...

Crying: An Exploration

I. "Il pleure dans mon coeur" "Il pleure dans mon coeur comme il pleut sur la ville." — Paul Verlaine...

How You're Born May Affect Your Brain Development

Years of research have shown that time in the womb is crucial for brain development; so is early childhood...

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