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Why Your Brain Loves Good Storytelling
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The Limits of Friendship
Robin Dunbar came up with his eponymous number almost by accident. The University of Oxford anthropologist and psychologist (then at University College London) was trying to solve the problem of why primates devote so much time and effort to grooming.
The Upside of Pessimism
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The Real Roots of Midlife Crisis
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Against Empathy
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The self is moral
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Psychopaths: how can you spot one?
We think of psychopaths as killers, alien, outside society. But, says the scientist who has spent his life studying them, you could have one for a colleague, a friend – or a spouse There are a few things we take for granted in social interactions with people.
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Humanity’s achievements and its self-perception are today at curious odds.
What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science
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The Science of Conquering Your Greatest Fears
Many things scare me: the huge rock at the bottom of Boulder Garden on Colorado’s Gunnison River that has flipped my kayak numerous times; the chutes off the stormy top of the Big Sky tram; sullen men with clubs who lurk in Kenya’s Ngong Hills (I met them a while back).
A Revolutionary Approach to Treating PTSD
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