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Stranger Danger: Real Risks vs. Ancient Terrors

Strange things happen to your brain when you become a parent–and this is just one of them. Because at the gaming table of evolution, some risks are worth taking more than others. Read More

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Gillian Ragsdale, Ph.D. is an Associate Lecturer in biological psychology with the Open University, in the U.K.


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