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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Popular Mechanics
October 9, 2009
Allie Townsend
Can Worms Help Recover Memory? Fringe Fact vs Fiction In the latest episode of Fringe Agent Olivia Dunham begins to piece together her memories from a meeting in an alternate dimension. Carmela Tartaglia from San Francisco's Memory and Aging Center talks about memory recall. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
October 5, 2009
Glenn Derene
What Does a Beer Taste Like After the Singularity? Even if we accepted that it was possible to digitize the broad, ever-evolving spectrum that is human intelligence, add your own consciousness to it and then accelerate the heck out of it, what would the point be, exactly? mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Ross Bonander
Become A Morning Person: 4 Steps The following four steps to become a morning person are geared toward guys whose job or lifestyle has changed and requires this transition. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
September 21, 2009
William Gurstelle
William Gurstelle: Take Smart Risks Among our primitive ancestors, those who ventured farthest from their caves in search of better food or who overcame their fear of fire accrued significant advantages over their meeker kin. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Popular Mechanics
October 2009
4 People Who Faced Disaster -- And How They Made it Out Alive What kind of psychology and behavior will help survivors of a natural catastrophe? mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
September 2009
Jonah Lehrer
Clay Marzo: Liquid Cure Clay Marzo is one of the world's most gifted surfers. Clay Marzo has Asperger's syndrome' a form of high-functioning autism. And it is only when the 20-year-old steps off of dry land and immerses himself in the water that these two statements make perfect, miraculous sense. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
September 4, 2009
Erik Sofge
Hollywood Reality Check: The Real Science of Brain Puppetry Daryl Kipke, director of the Center for Neural Communication Technology at the University of Michigan, sees neural interface technology keeping pace with robotics, with each field bootstrapping the other mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Investment Advisor
September 2009
Olivia Mellan
The Psychology of Advice: Betrayal of Trust Everyone experiences betrayals in intimate relationships. The important thing is to learn how to work through them. mark for My Articles 49 similar articles
August 24, 2009
Steve Silberman
Placebos Are Getting More Effective. Drugmakers Are Desperate to Know Why. The fact that taking a faux drug can powerfully improve some people's health -- the so-called placebo effect -- has long been considered an embarrassment to the serious practice of pharmacology. mark for My Articles 632 similar articles
Scientific American
September 2009
Michael Shermer
Why People Believe in Conspiracies A skeptic's take on the public's fascination with disinformation mark for My Articles 8 similar articles
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