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Jul 13 2020 | Forbes
So 9/11, SARS epidemic, we're probably seeing the same thing now with COVID. In the United States where we see these age differences shift, when people in the population become aware that time is not unlimited, that mortality places a limit on how much time we have in the future. And when people...
Jul 9 2020 | wbur
The more powerful people are, the less likely they are to have empathy because they're less likely to need other people.
Jul 9 2020 | Psychology Today
Researchers tested an algorithm for predicting antidepressant effects.
Jun 22 2020 | Vox
What the science of visual illusions can teach us about our polarized world.
Jun 20 2020 | The Washington Post


Jamil Zaki
For 25 days, protesters around the world have marched to demand racial justice, sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of police. Anti-black violence is not new, nor are protests against it, but this time the movement caught fire.
May 24 2020 | a16z Podcast
Our understanding of the human brain and its disorders has always been limited by our lack of access to living, human, developing brain tissue. For the first time, that’s changing. In this episode, Sergiu Pasca, Professor of Behavioral Science at Stanford, talks with a16’z General Partner Vijay...
Apr 23 2020 | USA Today
There may be an unintended effect, mental health and communications experts warn: "Zoom fatigue," or the feeling of tiredness, anxiousness or worry with yet another video call.
Apr 17 2020 | CNN
The World Health Organization and other health experts would prefer if we stopped calling the practice "social distancing."
Apr 9 2020 | Science Alert
Massaging key parts of the brain with a pulsating magnetic field can do wonders for some living with chronic depression. For others, it falls well short of promising a life without a debilitating mood disorder.
Feb 20 2020 | The Guardian
The curious ability of the African turquoise killifish to press pause on its development could have intriguing implications for human ageing, say researchers.

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