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Vision and Breathing May Be the Secrets to Surviving 2020
Mental Health

Vision and Breathing May Be the Secrets to Surviving 2020

Stanford neurobiologist Andrew Huberman discusses the two things we can always control, even during a high-stress election and scary COVID pandemic

By Jessica Wapner
Conservative and Liberal Brains Might Have Some Real Differences
Behavior & Society

Conservative and Liberal Brains Might Have Some Real Differences

Scanners try to watch the red-blue divide play out underneath the skull

By Lydia Denworth
Has the Drug-Based Approach to Mental Illness Failed?
Mental Health

Has the Drug-Based Approach to Mental Illness Failed?

Journalist Robert Whitaker is more concerned than ever that psychiatric medications do more harm than good

By John Horgan
The Disturbing History of Research into Transgender Identity
Behavior & Society

The Disturbing History of Research into Transgender Identity

Research into the determinants of gender identity may do more harm than good

By Jack Turban

Departments

  • From the Editor

    Calm Yourself

  • Illusions

    Out of the Woods

  • News

    Media Multitasking Disrupts Memory, Even in Young Adults

  • We Learn Faster When We Aren't Told What Choices to Make

  • AI Assesses Alzheimer's Risk by Analyzing Word Usage

  • Our Brain Is Better at Remembering Where to Find Brownies Than Cherry Tomatoes

  • Why Hatred and 'Othering' of Political Foes Has Spiked to Extreme Levels

  • Opinion

    What if a Pill Can Change Your Politics or Religious Beliefs?

  • The Denialist Playbook

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