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      January 1, 2009Mind & Brain

      Evolution of the Mind: 4 Fallacies of Psychology

      Some evolutionary psychologists have made widely popularized claims about how the human mind evolved, but other scholars argue that the grand claims lack solid evidence
      June 28, 1919The Sciences

      Lake Michigan's Encroachment on its Coast

      How the Currents are Stealing Land from the Western and the Giving it Back at the Southern Extremity
      August 1, 2014Space & Physics

      Astronomers Use Gravitational Lenses to Push Hubble Past Its Limits

      To learn how the universe evolved over time, a space telescope gazes back to the earliest galaxies ever observed
      November 6, 2014Mind & Brain

      10 Big Ideas in 10 Years of Brain Science

      Scientific American MIND reflects on the major discoveries of the past decade that have transformed how we think about the brain
      November 1, 1999Mind & Brain

      Vision: A Window on Consciousness

      In their search for the mind, scientists are focusing on visual perception--how we interpret what we see
      May 1, 2016Culture

      The First Wave of VR Movies, Reviewed

      How do four of the first major virtual reality forays into film stack up? David Pogue reports back
      May 19, 2020Public Health

      Introducing the June 2020 Issue

      Special report: How the coronavirus pandemic started, where it’s headed, and how scientists are fighting back
      March 1, 2012Mind & Brain

      Boost Intelligence by Focusing on Growth

      Why some people learn more from their mistakes
      April 1, 2002Mind & Brain

      How the Brain Creates the Mind

      We have long wondered how the conscious mind comes to be. Greater understanding of brain function ought to lead to an eventual solution
      March 1, 2018Computing

      Intelligent Machines That Learn Like Children

      Machines that learn like children provide deep insights into how the mind and body act together to bootstrap knowledge and skills
      June 1, 2020Cognition

      What Near-Death Experiences Reveal about the Brain

      A close brush can leave a lasting mental legacy—and may tell us about how the mind functions under extreme conditions
      January 1, 2015Behavior

      Make Your New Year's Resolutions Stick

      Setbacks are inevitable but there are ways to cope with them and meet your goals
      January 1, 2013Space & Physics

      Scientists Extend Einstein’s Relativity to the Universe’s First Moments

      New calculations extend Einstein's general theory of relativity into the universe's first few moments
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