Over 5,000 psychology and psychiatry research studies are published in high ranking journals every month. That’s far... READ MORE →
Did you know that approximately 1 in 4 people live with a mental illness worldwide? And that simply by learning and talking... READ MORE →
If I told you we could condense years of successful therapy, safely, down to a few hours using currently illegal psychedelic... READ MORE →
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This month’s picks are a bit of a mixed bag. A number of interesting studies coming from two domains in psychology could... READ MORE →
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Dying Young and the Psychology of Leaving a Legacy
Carpe Diem—Living with Fear
Creatine and the Brain
Invertebrates: A Vastly Different Brain Structure Can Be Remarkably Efficient
Neurobotany: A Drastically Different Approach To Information Processing And Communication In Plants?
This Sunday February 14th (9 p.m. ET), the Emmy-nominated Brain Games tv-show is back! Wonder junkie Jason Silva returns to our screens, teaming up with... READ MORE →
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