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"At the heart of science is an essential tension between two seemingly contradictory attitudes -- an openness to new ideas, no matter how bizarre or counterintuitive they may be, and the most ruthless skeptical scrutiny of all ideas, old and new. This is how deep truths are winnowed from deep nonsense."

Carl Sagan, 1987


 

 

 

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The Biology of Fatherhood BR-2014-06

The Riddle of the Human Species NYT-2013-02

Can You Call a 9-Year-Old a Psychopath? NYT-2012-04

Review of Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind NYT-2012-03

Steven Pinker and the Myth of Violence NYT-2011-11

In Studies of Virtual Twins, Nature Wins Again NYT-2008-09

What Is "Normal" Sex? Shrinks Seek Definition MSNBC-2008-05

In Most Species, Faithfulness Is a Fantasy NYT-2008-03

Bones Are Not the Only Fossils NYT-2008-02

Daring to Think Differently About Schizophrenia NYT-2008-02

Amazing Memory Man Never Forgets CNN-2008-02

You Remind Me of Me NYT-2008-02

A Tyrannical Romance NYT-2008-01

The Moral Instinct NYT-2008-01

Prosopagnosia 2007-03

Neuroscience of Mindfulness 2007-06

Gender Variant Children SFC-2007-04

Darwin's God NYT-2007-03

Faces of the Divine NYT-2007-02

Profound Effects From a Small Part of the Brain NYT-2007-02

Positive Psychology 101 NYT-2007-01

The Science of Happiness, Harvard Magazine 2007-02

The New Science of Happiness, Time Magazine 2005-01

Do You Believe In Magic? NYT-2007-01

Out Of Body Experiences NYT-2006-09

The Skeptical Inquirer

Skeptic.com