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Paul Bloom: The Psychology of Everything

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The neuroscience of love

It's Valentine's Day, how is your brain activity today, when you think of the one (or ones) you love? Would an fMRI of your brain show that…

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On Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not

How do we know what we know? And how do we know that we are correct? Typically, when we feel that we are correct.In On Being Certain, neuro…

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Is Spatial Ability (as described here) Related To Directional Sense?

I didn’t study the science(s) that investigate these abilities. I’m an XY male, not a trans, and have noted that for much of my life when I…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

1 Jun 8
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DNA Testing

DNA testing Is DNA testing testing through companies such as "DNA and me" or any of the others of any benifit? If so what was the (personal…

Started by Chris

44 Apr 2
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How Not to Think About Scrotum's

Don’t Think Of A Scrotum JUL 22 2013 @ 8:07PM Inspired by Dostoevsky’s observation, “Try not to think of a polar bear, and you will see t…

Started by Doone

3 Nov 17, 2017
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Our Orgastic Future

Our Orgastic Future Source http://www.laphamsquarterly.org/essays/our-orgiastic-future.php?page=all   Precisely when the ancient primate…

Started by Doone

3 Jun 18, 2013
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E.O. Wilson: Tribalism, Groupism, Globalism

I really want to read this book. -- Dallas E.O. Wilson: Tribalism, Groupism, Globalism For all the talk about a world without borders an…

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7 Jun 4, 2013
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Gestalt psychology

Gestalt psychology or gestaltism (German: Gestalt – "essence or shape of an entity's complete form") is a theory of mind and brain of the B…

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0 May 11, 2013

On the usefulness of illusions

Illusions are fascinating. Like brain injuries allow us to understand brains, illusions - cognitive or optical - help us understand the nat…

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0 May 6, 2013

The difference between how you see yourself and how others see you.

2 People Described The Same Person To A Forensic Artist And This Is What Happened Your self-confidence shouldn't be dependent on how a…

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How labels like 'black' and 'working class' shape your identity

This is taken from the book Drunk Tank Pink, which has been on my reading list for some time. There are numerous studies to corroborate the…

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0 May 5, 2013

Religion as Flocking and Schooling Behavior

Many animals perform aspects of herding behavior in order to maintain group stability and sustain genetic diversity within their species. B…

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