Values are what bring distinction to your life. You don't find them, you choose them. And when you do, you're on the path to fulfillment.
How to achieve long-term success through daily victories.
Eric Haseltine Ph.D.
The answer is as disturbing as it is exciting
Learn why you're much smarter than you think you are
Your brain is a lot cooler than you thought it was.
A pro-active approach to curbing school gun violence.
Discover the impossible between your ears.
Intriguing research reveals gender differences in brain function and anatomy
A simple one-minute test to explore whether you, or someone close to you, have dyslexia.
The surprising Neuroscience behind your shades
Learn why and how the very first ghosts paid us a visit.
How Moscow gets to vote on main street.
How to really get inside someone's head — including your own. When you do, you could be shocked how little you really know people close to you (and yourself)!
Short circuits in synesthetes' brains may radically improve the diagnosis and treatment of deadly diseases
Good politicians make the complex simple but good leaders make the complex important.
New hope for previously untreatable pain.
New research on the importance of bystanders.
A new approach when the old ones fail.
New research hints at how to avoid Mr. Wrong, while zeroing in on Mr. Right.
The startling answer is more than tongue in cheek.
The true hazard, and what to do about it.
Looking at your brain scan is like looking into a crystal ball
The Sex Quiz when looking for a life partner
Your digital behavior now lets others predict your future
A one-time purchase might improve your health for life.
It is free, fast and doesn’t involve medication
New evidence that healthy bodies promote healthy minds
Knowing what to say to your doctor can save your life.
Hot-off-the-press research suggests a radically new way to teach
An ounce of computer science plus a teaspoon of neuroscience can produce a delicious result!
Your body can be a better tuning fork for determining other peoples’ emotions than your mind.
Why replacing yes with no can make you happier, healthier, and reduce stress.
Eric Haseltine, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and the author of Long Fuse, Big Bang.