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Sometimes Mindlessness Is Better Than Mindfulness
Psychology

Sometimes Mindlessness Is Better Than Mindfulness

In some situations, don’t pay so much attention

By Alexander P. Burgoyne and David Z. Hambrick
Why Sports Concussions Are Worse For Women
Exercise

Why Sports Concussions Are Worse For Women

As women’s soccer, rugby and other sports gain popularity, scientists are racing to understand how the female brain responds to head injury

By Katharine Sanderson and Nature magazine

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  • From the Editor

    A Wandering Mind

  • Advances

    Making Eye Contact Signals a New Turn in a Conversation

  • Misophonia Might Not Be about Hating Sounds After All

  • Navigating a Virtual World Helped Older Adults' Memory

  • Illusions

    The Twisted Paths of Perception

  • News

    A New Way to Understand--and Possibly Treat--OCD

  • High-Profile Autism Genetics Project Paused Amid Backlash

  • Opinion

    Alzheimer's, Inc.: When a Hypothesis Becomes Too Big to Fail

  • How Music Can Literally Heal the Heart

  • A New Idea That Could Help Us Understand Autism

  • Adolescent Mental Health? There's a 'Vaccine' for That

  • To Solve the Environmental Crisis, We Must Foster the Power to Imagine

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