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Minor theories about persons and things.
Examining UFO sightings, pseudo cures, Facebook memes and the like.
High on life without the drugs
The science behind what we believe and why
The science and fun of nonverbal communication
The successful, motivated reader.
Exploring how we think, learn and connect.
How speech works—in listening and talking
How We Learn
The science of synchronicity and serendipity
How culture shapes thought
Insights into ADHD and other modern mental health issues.
The truth about learning and memory.
An evolutionary lens on learning, memory, and behavioral change
What Freud never knew
New perspectives in cognition, affect and heuristic behavior.
The complex lives of pre-humans, and what it means to you
From willpower and mental strength to meaning and cognitive biases
The evolution of language and cognitive linguistics
Finding your way through purpose, trust, and curiosity
Errors in perceiving, remembering, and thinking.
Thinking about thinking—and how we come to know what we know
Tools for Smart Thinking
Commentary and analysis
How we experience the world and turn thoughts into actions
Exploring when and why we're (too) sure of ourselves
The science of psych
How literacy works in the real world
How to work less and do more
The remarkable ways we gain insights
How we perceive time
A Quest to Understand Extraordinary Experiences of Sense
How to achieve any goal you set your mind to
How natural selection reprogrammed the brain for language
Emotion, perception, and other tricks of the brain
Measuring Cognitive Function
The Intersection of AI and Human Intelligence
How Humans, Nonhuman Animals, and Machines Learn from Experience
The connections between cognition, language, and narrative.
Cases of extraordinary mental ability
From animals and nature to attachment and identity.
Critical thinking in everyday life
Literature, neuroscience, and the constructive brain.
How goals, both seen and unseen, drive behavior
A naturalist examines the cognitive and cultural foundations of religion, science, and more