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Top Posts: March 2018

Embrace the spring weather with these good reads from the month, including how to cope in nutty times, robotic hands, cloning Fido, and more.

Simple Ways We Can Cope In Our Nutty World

By Steven Schlozman M.D.

Why Does Cloning Your Dog Just Seem Wrong?

By Hal Herzog Ph.D.

Gaslighting for Dummies

By David P. Barash Ph.D.

Toddler Brain Politics

By Steven Stosny, Ph.D.

An Animal's Pain and Consciousness

By Bence Nanay Ph.D.

Is Science Stronger When It's Decentralized?

By Thomas Hills Ph.D.

Feeling With a Hand That's Not There

By Harriet Dempsey-Jones Ph.D.

Explaining Human Experience

By Art Markman Ph.D.

Turn Neuroticism to Your Advantage

By Neighborhood Psychiatry

Negative, Repetitive Thoughts

By Timothy A Pychyl Ph.D.

Risk Factors for Youth Violence

By Brad J. Bushman Ph.D.

Slavery’s Legacy and Modern Gun Violence

By Glenn Geher Ph.D.

How Not to Be Ageist

By Bruce Grierson

Why Are Conservative Politicians More Attractive?

By Gregg R. Murray Ph.D.

Worrying More Than Needed?

By Mark Leary Ph.D.

How Babies Think Logically

By Hal McDonald Ph.D.

The Punishment of Others

By Rob Henderson

Textbooks Contain Inaccuracies on Intelligence

By Psychology Today Editorial Staff

Social Learning Drives Intelligence

By Nathan H. Lents, Ph.D.

Too Much Charisma Is Bad for Leadership

By Art Markman Ph.D.

When Other Species Are Smarter

By Nigel Barber Ph.D.

How Education Can Impact the Well-Being of a Nation

By Jonathan Wai Ph.D.

What Is a Puzzle?

By Marcel Danesi Ph.D.