A built-in aversion to attractive members of the opposite sex may help cement monogamous relationships
When we judge vertical distances, environmental cues trick our brains
People without math training naturally think in terms of ratios
TV viewers are less tolerant of opposing views during extreme close-ups
Reviews and recommendations from the April/May 2007 issue of Scientific American MIND
For nonhuman primates, camouflaged eye movements clearly serve a purpose.
Reviews and recommendations from the February/March 2007 issue of Scientific American MIND