📋 فهرست مجله Scientific American Mind می و ژوئن 2019:
4. Why the Secrets You Keep Are Hurting You
It may not be what you think
5. The Creativity of ADHD
More insights on a positive side of a “disorder”
7. For Alzheimer’s Sufferers, Brain Inammation Ignites a Neuron-Killing “Forest Fire”
And it could also be the kindling sparking Parkinson’s and other neurodegenerative maladies
10. The Kids (Who Use Tech) Seem to Be All Right
A rigorous new paper uses a new scientific approach that shows the panic over teen screen time is likely overstated
12. A Touch to Remember
The sense of touch generates surprisingly powerful and long-lasting memories
14. Drunk Witnesses
Remember a Surprising Amount Interviewing an inebriated person at the scene may be more accurate than waiting until he or she is sober
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15. Our Language Affects What We See
A new look at “the Russian blues” demonstrates the power of words to shape perception
18. Why Do We Crave Sweets When We’re Stressed?
A brain researcher explains our desire for chocolate and other carbs during tough times
20. Susceptibility to Mental Illness May Have Helped Humans Adapt over the Millennia
Psychiatrist Randolph Nesse, one of the founders of evolutionary medicine, explains why natural selection did not rid our species of onerous psychiatric disorders
23. Is Only-Child Syndrome Real?
Children without siblings have long been thought of as spoiled and selfish. Are the claims true?
26. When Does Intelligence Peak? Maybe that’s not even the right question
29. The Emotional Toll of Grad School Mental health disorders and depression are far more likely for grad students than they are for the average American
32. The Case for Transmissible Alzheimer’s Grows What separates a lethal prion from a dementia-associated amyloid plaque? Maybe not much
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