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      April 1, 2006Mind & Brain

      Taking Sides

      Is being right-handed all for the greater good?
      January 1, 2015The Sciences

      Why We Are So Intrigued by Zombies

      What the living dead can teach us about ancient prejudices
      November 1, 2011The Sciences

      150 Years Ago: Ghost Photo

      Innovation and discovery as chronicled in past issues of Scientific American
      May 1, 2010Mind & Brain

      Calendar: MIND events in May and June

      Museum exhibits, conferences and events relating to the brain
      September 4, 1869The Sciences

      Monstrosities Among Trout

      February 1, 2009Mind & Brain

      Ask the Brains: Is the Midlife Crisis a Myth?

      Also: Why does music ease a hard workout?
      October 1, 2008Mind & Brain

      Ask the Brains: Why Do We Laugh When Someone Falls?

      Also: Does napping after a meal affect memory formation?
      November 1, 1993Mind & Brain

      Unraveling Alzheimer's

      A major cause of the disease yields to researchers
      February 3, 2015Mind & Brain

      Teens These Days, Always Changing Their Gray Matter

      While we all may vary on just how much time we like spending with other people, humans are overall very social beings. Scientists have already found this to be reflected in our health and well-being - with social isolation being associated with more depression, worse health, and a shorter life...
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