Biomarkers detected in athletes’ spinal fluid could reveal the severity of concussions—and hint at potential dementia risk
Shaking and numbness and sweat, oh my! What do we call it when what we fear is fear itself? None other than the little-known, but hugely important concept of anxiety sensitivity. This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen explains what it is and offers three tips to take it down
Fascinating ethical shifts come with thinking in a different language
A long-running investigation of exceptional children reveals what it takes to produce the scientists who will lead the 21st century
Much of Noam Chomsky’s revolution in linguistics—including its account of the way we learn languages—is being overturned
What's the matter with only exploiting a portion of our gray matter?
A newly updated map of the human brain may be the most accurate yet, helping solve over 100 years of arguments.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on July 20, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.