No one should be plugged in 24/7, says Arianna Huffington. A commitment to mindfulness as life strategy requires an easing away from our devices, especially before bedtime.
Is there a way to bring out the genius within all of us? New York Times columnist Carl Zimmer asks neuroscientist Joy Hirsch about the nature of neuro-identity.
Neuroscientist Joy Hirsch chats with The New York Times columnist Carl Zimmer about searching within the brain for where "genius" resides.
Two psychologists and a composer have created music specially configured to arouse interest in cats. Their experiments with Cat Ballads and Kitty Ditties were published last month.
New York neuroticism is the obverse of Kantian tranquility: harried, unsatisfied, anxious, perturbed. A life filled with worry and noise rather than one steeped in calm and virtue. But is this necessarily a bad...
In a study of 130,000 American adults, including 19,299 psychedelics users, researchers failed to find evidence that taking psychotropic substances results in serious mental health problems.