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Does Consciousness Pervade the Universe?
Cognition

Does Consciousness Pervade the Universe?

Philosopher Philip Goff answers questions about “panpsychism”

By Gareth Cook
Johns Hopkins Scientists Give Psychedelics the Serious Treatment
Medicine

Johns Hopkins Scientists Give Psychedelics the Serious Treatment

The first research center of its kind in the country is bringing renewed rigor to the investigation of the drugs’ therapeutic uses

By Tanya Lewis
Taking Sex Differences in Personality Seriously
Cognition

Taking Sex Differences in Personality Seriously

New approaches are shedding light on the magnitude of sex differences in personality, and the results are so strong and pervasive that they can no longer be ignored

By Scott Barry Kaufman
What's Next for Psychology's Embattled Field of Social Priming
Mental Health

What's Next for Psychology's Embattled Field of Social Priming

A promising field of research on social behavior struggled after investigators couldn’t repeat key findings. Now researchers are trying to establish what’s worth saving

By Tom Chivers and Nature magazine

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  • From the Editor

    All That We Might Possibly Know

  • Advances

    Scientists Spot Addiction-Associated Circuit in Rats

  • News

    Americans Are Fast to Judge Social Class

  • The Brain Senses Touch beyond the Body

  • Possible Missing Link in Alzheimer's Pathology Identified

  • Emotional Words Such as "Love" Mean Different Things in Different Languages

  • Opinion

    How Disinformation Hacks Your Brain

  • The Language You Speak Influences Where Your Attention Goes

  • How a Flawed Experiment "Proved" That Free Will Doesn't Exist

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