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Play May Be a Deeper Part of Human Nature Than We Thought
Behavior & Society

Play May Be a Deeper Part of Human Nature Than We Thought

An animal study brings us closer to understanding our own behavior

By Ryan P. Dalton and Francisco Luongo
How Dishonesty Drains You
Behavior & Society

How Dishonesty Drains You

Deceitful behavior diminishes our ability to read emotions, with many consequences

By Julia Lee, Ashley Hardin, Bidhan Parmar and Francesca Gino
Cultivating Emotion Regulation and Mental Health
Cognition

Cultivating Emotion Regulation and Mental Health

Susanne Schweizer is a neuroscientist investigating the development of emotional regulatory processes and their role in mental health across the life span

By Scott Barry Kaufman

Departments

  • From the Editor

    A Cognitive Secret for Improving Romantic Relationships

  • Illusions

    A Pair of Crocs to Match the Dress

  • News

    How Research on Working Memory Can Improve Your Romantic Relationship

  • A Simple Test Predicts What Kindergartners Will Earn as Adults

  • Scientists Demonstrate Direct Brain-to-Brain Communication in Humans

  • Western Individualism Arose from Incest Taboo

  • Deep Sleep Gives Your Brain a Deep Clean

  • Failure Found to Be an "Essential Prerequisite" for Success

  • Opinion

    A New Way to Think about Mental Illness

  • Galileo's Big Mistake

  • Can Empathic Concern Actually Increase Political Polarization?

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