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      September 1, 2009The Sciences

      Origins: The Start of Everything

      Where do rainbows come from? What about flying cars, love and LSD?
      August 1, 2017Culture

      Readers Respond to the April 2017 Issue

      Letters to the editor from the April 2017 issue of Scientific American
      June 1, 2005Mind & Brain

      Taking the Reins

      Self-control helps you meet small challenges, but to change your life significantly you'll need self-regulation instead
      August 30, 2011Mind & Brain

      What is the Sex of 17?

      People think of many things, even numbers, as being either male or female
      April 1, 2008The Sciences

      Could deja vu be explained by grid cells?

      Could déjà vu be explained by grid cells?
      September 16, 2019Cognition

      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
      October 23, 2013Mind & Brain

      Mind-reading Technology Speeds Ahead

      By scanning blogs of brain activity, scientists may be able to decode people's thoughts, dreams and intentions
      August 26, 2011The Sciences

      Carl Zimmer on Rats, Cats, Viruses and Tattoos

      In part 2 of our interview, award-winning author Carl Zimmer talks about his latest books, and a new study that shows how Toxoplasma influences the behavior of rats--and maybe of us...
      January 1, 1990Technology

      Is the Brain's Mind a Computer Program?

      No. A program merely manipulates symbols, whereas a brain attaches meaning to them
      June 28, 1902The Sciences

      The Revolutionary Inventor

      December 1, 2007Mind & Brain

      December and January Calendar

      September 12, 1863Health

      The Body and the Mind

      March 23, 2012

      Want to Change Your Life? This Movie Might Inspire You

      People V. The State of Illusion, a new docudrama from Samuel Goldwyn Films, is a mixture of fiction and brain science that, despite these awkward bedfellows, was compelling enough to keep me up late on a Friday night...
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