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Psychedelic Healing?

Hallucinogenic drugs, which blew minds in the 1960s, soon may be used to treat mental ailments

By David Jay Brown

Bored?

Don't blame your job, the traffic or your mindless chores. Battling boredom, researchers say, means finding focus, living in the moment and having something to live for

By Anna Gosline

The Secret to Raising Smart Kids

Hint: Don't tell your kids that they are. More than three decades of research shows that a focus on effort-not on intelligence or ability-is key to success in school and in life

By Carol S. Dweck

Sex, Math and Scientific Achievement

Why do men dominate the fields of science, engineering and mathematics?

By Diane F. Halpern, Camilla P. Benbow, Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Ruben C. Gur, Janet Shibley Hyde and David C. Geary

Inside the Terrorist Mind

Scientists are probing the psyches of terrorists to reveal what motivates their monstrous acts. Far from being crazed killers, terrorists are gunning for the greater good-as they see it

By Annette Schaefer

Amputee Envy

People with body integrity identity disorder feel alienated from a part of their body and want to have it amputated. Researchers are unraveling clues to the causes of this bizarre condition

By Sabine Mueller

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