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Much of what we thought we knew about Ivan Pavlov has been based on bad translations and basic misconceptions
Our bodies are home to trillions of viruses, and new research hints that some of them may actually be keeping us healthy
What a growing body of research reveals about the biology of human happiness—and how to navigate the (temporary) slump in middle age
Who becomes a teacher in America? The answer keeps changing
It’s True to Some Extent. But Chances Are You’re not Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck
Reel violence does not lead to real violence
A Conversation with Jaron Lanier
Our high-tech process of pharmaceutical research is broken — and the solution might be old-fashioned trial and error
We need not be a nation of intellectuals, but we must not be a nation of idiots
Neuroscience is almost 200 years old. Why are there no grand theories of how the brain works?
There are now more Christians in China than members of the Communist party. The state is responding to this resurgence of faith with an escalating campaign of repression
Cognitive behavioural therapy is the best-studied form of psychotherapy. But researchers are still struggling to understand why it works
People once woke up halfway through the night to think, write or make love. What have we lost by sleeping straight through?
Today we hate the other side more than we root for our own team. Why the end of rah-rah politics is bad for democracy
The Review asked 12 scholars what nonfiction book published in the last 30 years has most influenced their thinking
In 'I Can Hear You Whisper' Lydia Denworth makes what she calls “an intimate journey through the science of sound and language”
For the first time, two pioneering neuroscientists have implanted a memory of an event that never happened
The unrecognized state of Somaliland flourishes within a chaotic and violent region
The skull fossil is from a newly discovered extinct species, Vintana, similar to groundhogs, that lived in the time of the dinosaurs, and is only the third mammal fossil found in the Southern Hemisphere
Study of indigenous Maya people finds probabilistic reasoning does not depend on formal education