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Future Shock
September 16th, 2018

If you’ve ever become bored with eating the same kind of lunch every day, looked at your sleeping partner and wondered what you ever saw in them or regretted your career choice, you’ve felt the effects of one of our most highly developed survival mechanisms.

Learning in the Digital Age
February 28th, 2015

The ultra-connectivity of our modern society is causing a wholesale shift in the way we retain information in our heads. Where most of history up until this point has been a process of wielding tools to remember things for us (everything from scratches on papyrus to the PC), we’re now entering an age where we don’t really have to remember anything.


8 Totally Amazing Brain Foods
September 8th, 2014

The latest scientific thinking supports the notion that food promotes brain health and function. With a host of mental conditions affecting young and old alike (everything from autism to Alzheimer’s), it might be high time we took food more seriously.

The Sounds of Silence
April 2nd, 2018

The drive to connect and communicate is in fact so strong it exists even in the absence of the communication methods most of us know – it’s a drive we can’t hold in any more than the instinct to eat or sleep.


The Brain Without Food
May 1st, 2016

As a cultural or religious practice, fasting has a long enough history some anthropologists might be tempted to think it has a biological or evolutionary basis.

The Shopping Addiction
October 1st, 2014

While there’s no compulsive shopping gene, there are several theories about why people are more susceptible to addictive and obsessional behaviors. It might have a genetic basis, but Annie Gurton thinks the reality is addictions are more likely to have an environmental cause.






Ghosts in the machine Spirits moaning in castle keeps and dragging chains across dusty attics ...
March 8th, 2016

The Science of Love Since we longingly watched that cute Australopithecus saunter past on the African ...
February 28th, 2015

The Transposed Mind In the movie Self/Less, Ben Kingsley plays a wealthy industrialist with only ...
November 3rd, 2015

The Shopping Addiction In April 2013 Buzz Bissinger, writer of the book Friday Night Lights, ...
October 1st, 2014

The Art of Healing Coloring in or sculpting to heal the injured brain or psyche might ...
June 22nd, 2016

Future Shock It's not just sci-fi authors and futurists who predict the way the ...
September 16th, 2018


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