Out of Sync
Digital devices and 24/7 lifestyles are messing with our body's natural rhythms, threatening our health. What does it take to keep our inner clock ticking?
A psychologist explains why diets backfire and what weight-loss methods are proved to work
Cracking the Parkinson's Puzzle
When scientists tracked the genes behind an inherited form of the disease, they uncovered vital clues about how it progresses
The Upside of Vulnerability
Children who are most vulnerable to life’s slings and arrows have a secret strength: with the right support, they outperform more resilient peers
Is Sensory Processing Disorder for Real?
A debate rages over whether doctors should recognize this common childhood condition as a distinct disorder
Ask the Brains
Does napping really help cognitive function?
What happens in the brain during sleep?
When Computers Surpass Us
From the Editor
Timing Is Everything
An Elemental Effect on Mental Health
A World of Difference
Awestruck and Selfless
… And Awe Might Make Us Healthier, Too
The Mind of the Father
Motherhood Can Be a Lonely Place
Is “Pregnancy Brain” a Myth?
Subliminal Messages Influence Pain
Men Prefer Weird Women
Raising Awareness or Drumming Up Sales?
Team Lie Detector
How to Be a Better Listener
A Fine Line between Love and Drunk
Baby Chicks Have a Mental Number Line Like Ours
Lab-Grown Spare Parts For Brains
The Fall and Rise of Subliminal Messaging
Letters to the Editors
Mind in Pictures
The Brain's Funny Bone
The Positive Power of Nudges
Fixing the Liberal Slant in Social Psychology
On Our Shelf
Labor Pains: Why We Work
The Art of Forgetting