Uniquely YouHow a desire to stand out from the crowd shapes behavior and creative thinking
From Contretemps to CreativityFor some people, hardship can trigger creative growth
Thinking About TomorrowGetting to know yourself—and your future self—can put you on a path toward contentment
Honest LiarsHow the brain leads us to believe false truths
Calming a Child's MindNew techniques help kids develop healthy behaviors and lasting resilience
Fear Not, ChildChildren can overcome intense anxiety by being encouraged to do just what they fear most
Behave!An interactive parent-training programcan stamp out behavior problemsin kids—and abuse from parents
ConcentrateA game-style intervention for preschoolers might prevent ADHD from developing, reducing reliance on medications
Ask the Brains
Can Heart Surgery Change a Person's Personality?
What Causes The Brain To Have Slow Processing Speed, And How Can The Rate Be Improved?
Facts and Fictions in Mental Health
Is Depression Just Bad Chemistry?
From the Editor
Shaping Young Minds
Food Tastes Bland while Multitasking
What You Need to Know about Flame Retardants
Wired to Starve
In the Brain of the Beholder
Drugs for Down Syndrome
Eye-Tracking Software That Detects Mental States
Moral in the Morning
How to Be a Better Son or Daughter
Sex Hormone Lessens Snacking
Should Children Take Antipsychotic Drugs?
Science as Faith
Fear of Holes
David Hubel's Vision
Letters to the Editors
Mind in Pictures
Do Zombies Exist?
The Domino Effect of Greed
Criminals Need Mental Health Care
Reviews and Recommendations
Books Roundup: Free Will
My Age of Anxiety
The Origin of Ideas
The Truth about Trust