“Americans have always had issues raising their children as citizens instead of tiny, mighty monarchs.”
“Even the Anthropocene is nature at work transforming itself.”
Is losing weight a matter of psychology, not physiology?
“You gave us more life, but you didn’t attend to the issues that make life worth living.” Are survivors of life-threatening illness suffering from a form of PTSD?
A chimpanzee called Clint instigated a significant line of research into how chimpanzees use gestures to manipulate people.
In 2017, the US medical device company Medtronic announced that it had implanted deep brain stimulation (DBS) equipment in 150,000 patients worldwide to reduce debilitating tremors. This is a powerful therapy, but have the risks proved to outweigh the benefits?
Love, in the world of Walt Disney films, has changed. Happy endings are no longer sealed with a kiss and the goal of heterosexual romance has been replaced by a new ideal: family love. Sophus Helle explores this twist in the Disney tale.
Human beings have savored listening to music for centuries, but the mechanisms behind that pleasurable experience still elude comprehension.
“Artificial intelligence promises ever more control over the highs and lows of our emotions. Uneasy? Perhaps you should be.”