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Almost all of us minimize or normalize our enormous global problems
Computer are great for information that won’t change, but a brain is better at connecting facts with other facts and acquiring layers of meaning
Our brains can be strengthened (and weakened) in many more ways than we ever thought.
The manual still has merit—but the APA needs to do a better job explaining how DSM 5 captures key facts about human suffering.
In a vulnerable moment, it helps to reaffirm your personal values
We cling to our misconceptions more than we’d like to admit
New research shows that power is a mindset that can be cultivated
Three practical ways to use information gaps to stimulate curiosity and promote learning