On meaningful coincidences and why unscientific beliefs can actually be entirely rational
Oxford’s Dr. Anders Sandberg is using his whiteboard to calculate the world’s existential risks.
Engaging in behavior antithetical to a given goal can increase the chances of eventually achieving it.
What happens to the mind when the body looks its best?
Does speaking in a second language make you a more moral person?
On the psychology of why rejection and loneliness may be necessary evils for the creative genius
Prevailing theories on creativity focus on methodology, or amount of practice. But artistic talent may be more hard-wired than previously thought.
How recording ordinary moments can create an extraordinary life.
Studies show that musical ability might be a sexually selected trait.
The means—prescription drugs, access to firearms, bridges without prevention methods—play a much bigger role than any emotions or thought processes.