There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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Psychotherapy in the most extreme circumstances imaginable.
A key lesson learned in Ukraine that we should all pay attention to.
Ukrainians redefine what "safety" means.
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A psychological approach to containing the Ukraine crisis.
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Little known, but crucial reasons we get intimate.
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Creativity and problem solving are much less important than another unexpected psychological attribute.
Clues to the mystery from Soviet KGB history and an intriguing recent blog post in Russia.
Communicating and moving things with your mind is getting closer to reality.
Brain phenomena that many neuroscientists believe are just side shows may actually be the main event.
The future of AI is already here now, and you’re going after it with a flyswatter.
Can good psychology save us from bad psychology?
What should we do in case we're at the beginning, not the end of the COVID pandemic?
What deep truths about human psychology did the experiment with billions of test subjects reveal?
When is a growl not a growl, and a howl not a howl?
An intelligence officer's perspective.
A red tide instead of a blue wave?
The answer is important, but counterintuitive.
COVID-19 wins by attacking human psychology more than human biology
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Eric Haseltine, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and the author of Long Fuse, Big Bang.