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Jul 12 2018 | Quartz Media
“The idea that some of us are ‘math people’ and some are not is a myth that pervades Western society,” says Jo Boaler, a professor of math education at Stanford University.
Jul 10 2018 | CNBC
Meditation, Leah Weiss explains, is a type of mental training that can increase your focus and compassion for others, among a wide range of other benefits. It calms you by slowing down your heart rate, your breathing and your metabolism, while decreasing cortisol levels, oxygen utilization and...
Jul 2 2018 | The New Yorker
Brain imaging is illuminating the neural patterns behind pain’s infinite variety.
Jul 2 2018 | STAT
In the name of science, Andrew Huberman has gone diving 40 feet underwater with great white sharks. He’s gone mountain climbing without ropes or harnesses, traversing some sections where one slip would have sent him plummeting 650 feet. Now, the he is embarking on a different kind of daring quest,...
Jun 26 2018 | The Conversation
Growth mindset interventions are becoming increasingly popular in schools.
Jun 21 2018 | Stanford Children's Health
In the last several weeks, thousands of migrant children have been separated from their parents as families attempt to cross the southern border into the United States. These separations hurt children’s well-being and have negative effects on their developing brains.
Jun 15 2018 | Slare
Bragging about being overworked is not a badge of honor.
Jun 13 2018 | The Atlantic
The surprising virtues of talking behind people’s backs
Jun 12 2018 | McKnight Foundation
Brad Zuchero Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford University, selected to receive the 2018 McKnight Scholar Award.
Jun 1 2018 | ABC 7
Does a low cellphone battery give you anxiety? Then, you may need to see a doctor because you could be suffering from nomophobia.

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