Why relaxing is so much work.
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How to achieve long-term success through daily victories.
Eric Haseltine Ph.D.
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
The baffling fate of key indicators about the original emergence of the virus.
One big reason psychology holds promise for stopping COVID-19.
It appears that someone was curious about the virus months before the first cases.
Out-of-the-box thinking that can get us out of the jam we’re in.
Why the virus’s affect on the brain could partly explain acute respiratory collapse.
The battle against the virus starts with battling our natures.
New hope that prescribing antidepressants will be less hit-and-miss.
The answer lies in the newly discovered “narrative hub” of your brain.
Hint: Keep your hippocampus healthy.
The solution may be literally staring you in the face at Christmas parties.
Stories of extrasensory perception (ESP) for an extra-special holiday
Could robots and AI's function as psychotherapists?
Social psychology holds the disturbing answer.
A brand new investigation into a very old theory.
Myths about brain aging, debunked.
ETs might be sending us loud and clear messages right now, only we choose not to hear them.
Russia’s espionage efforts exploited evolutionary psychology to weaken a strategic opponent on the world stage.
Tantalizing new hints about restoring your brain's ability to sponge up new information the way it did when you were an infant.
Eric Haseltine, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and the author of Long Fuse, Big Bang.