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What Is "Normal," Anyway?

In psychology and psychiatry, it really means "average" or "typical," but we too easily think of it as a synonym for "how everyone is supposed to think and feel"

February 22, 2018 — Jim Kozubek

When Doctors Diagnose Danger

It might seem like a no-brainer to inform the authorities and potential victims if a patient threatens violence, but it's not that simple

February 18, 2018 — Nathaniel P. Morris
Who Invented the Mind–Body Problem?

Who Invented the Mind–Body Problem?

Germans were debating the “body–soul problem” by the mid-19th century, but Socrates pondered the problem first

February 10, 2018 — John Horgan

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