The author of a new book about attention explains the three distinct kinds: immediate, short, and long. To capture someone's attention you have to see these three as stages into a person's subconscious.
Being so interconnected is exhausting, says professional consultant Carson Tate. We have to resist the tendency to treat our overwhelming schedules like badges of honor. We have to learn to say "no."
Most voters value honesty when they head to the polls, but politicians know that being too honest could be counterproductive.
Writing is a recent innovation in the history of human evolution. So, how then is it that our brains organize this skill?
"To do successful research, you don't need to know everything; you just need to know one thing that isn't known."
Psychologists think there's another reason behind the scorn atheists face, and it's fear. Atheists make some people confront the idea there may not be everlasting life after death.