The Power of ReflectionInsight into our own thoughts, or metacognition, is key to high achievement in all domains
Metacognition in Mammals—and MachinesSelf-knowledge might not be a uniquely human trait
Love and DeathOne family's tragedy underscores the perils of concealing abuse by an intimate partner
New Neurons for New MemoriesHow does the brain form new memories without ever filling up? Scientists turn to the youngest neurons for answers
An Unnerving EnigmaNew clues to fibromyalgia's origins could crack the case of chronic pain
The New Group TherapyYour book club, card game or yoga class could be the key to lifting depression
Let's TalkListening in on conversations around the world reveals that human dialogue follows some universal rules that enable and enrich our social interactions
Kill One to Save Five? Mais Oui!In another language, your own thoughts might be foreign to you
Ask the Brains
Are People Inclined to Act Cooperatively or Selfishly? Is Such Behavior Genetic?
Can Adults Improve their Emotional Intelligence with Training?
Facts and Fictions in Mental Health
Is Mindfulness Good Medicine?
From the Editor
Does Marijuana Harm the Brain?
Head injury may cause mental illness
Why We Forget Our Earliest Years
Why Mental Rehearsals Work
How to Be a Better time manager
Theater as Therapy
Gut bacteria may play a role
The Beauty of Math
Can Marijuana Cause Psychosis?
Justice through Forgiveness
What's Your First Memory?
Disorganized Brain Cells Help to Explain Symptoms
Tiny Lights that Illuminate Brain Activity
Out of This World
Letters to the Editors
Mind in Pictures
The Mind Code
Should You Tell Your Boss about a Mental Illness?
Reviews and Recommendations
On Our Shelf
Forget to Remember
A Theory about Theories
The Maddening Crowd