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The Science of Handwriting

As we jettison the pen and pencil in a digital world, we are changing the way our brain thinks about writing

By Brandon Keim

How to Live with Voice Hearing

A student's journey from “normal” to “schizophrenic” and back highlights shortcomings in how our society deals with mental health

By Eleanor Longden

Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories offer easy answers by casting the world as simpler and more predictable than it is. Their popularity may pose a threat to societal well-being

By Sander van der Linden

Psychologists Identify the Best Ways to Study

Some study techniques accelerate learning, whereas others are just a waste of time--but which ones are which? An unprecedented review maps out the best pathways to knowledge

By John Dunlosky, Katherine A. Rawson, Elizabeth J. Marsh, Mitchell J. Nathan and Daniel T. Willingham

How We Learn

Insights from psychology can make us better readers, writers and thinkers



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