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Let's Talk Stuffing--Your Face

Cornell University's Brian Wansink talks about eating behavior and how mindless eating has us consuming way more calories than we suspect

November 25, 2010 — Steve Mirsky

Hallucinogens as Medicine

In a matter of hours, mind-altering substances may induce profound psychological realignments that can take decades to achieve on a therapist's couch

November 23, 2010 — Roland R. Griffiths and Charles S. Grob

Science That Matters

Editor in Chief Mariette DiChristina introduces the December 2010 issue of Scientific American

November 18, 2010 — Mariette DiChristina

World Changing Ideas 2010

Ten thoughts, trends and technologies that have the power to transform our lives

November 18, 2010 — THE EDITORS, John Pavlus, Tom Vanderbilt, Elizabeth Svoboda, Melinda Wenner Moyer and Matthew L. Wald

Who Teens Blame for Bullying

A recent Swedish study finds that teenagers put most of the blame for bullying behavior on the bully or the victim, and not on their peers or the school environment. Christie Nicholson reports...

November 13, 2010
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