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The Amygdala and Unconscious Memories
Over a year ago
The amygdala is responsible for implicit memories, but these are different from what Freud called the unconscious.
Crowd power: How online intensity wiped out traditional politics
Tell your boss that cyberloafing is good for productivity
Augmented reality could rule the classrooms of the future
Mathematics confirms rich people aren't smart—they're lucky
Dr Emeran Mayer: Your Gut Processes Emotion and Regulates Health While You Sleep
Professor of Medicine at UCLA
What Kids Need Most Isn't Parenting – It's Parents
Professor of Psychology, UC Berkeley
Learning and Memory in the Brain: How Science Cracked Your Mind's Code
Professor of Brain Science, Columbia University
Liberal Brains Are Different from Conservative Brains, but Dialogue Is Still Possible
Associate Professor of Psychiatry, NY Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell School of Medicine
Humans Are Animals — Yet Crucially We Are Something More
Novelist and Short Story Writer
Abortion and Personhood: What the Moral Dilemma Is Really About
Professor, Harvard Law School
Cyber Addiction: Step Away From the Smart Phone (But First Read This)
Director, Cyberpsychology Research Network
Hey Bill Nye! Is "We Are Living in a Computer Simulation" a Testable Hypothesis?
The Science Guy
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