Children’s appreciation of art and artistic intent is far more sophisticated than psychologists once believed. In fact, we may all start out as little Pollocks.
Recent experiments suggest that triggering humans’ disgust instinct can alter their moral reasoning about everything from homosexuality to war.
Psychologist Paul Bloom believes we are not one inner self but many. How does this affect our concepts of identity and morality?
According to Paul Bloom, many religious notions arise out of innate features of our brains, including the tendency to “see consciousness all over.”
Psychologist and father Paul Bloom studies early childhood development. How does he meet the challenges of working with young kids?