A month into the new year, many of us are finding that resolutions to resist cravings are harder to keep than planned. According to new research from Duke University, this may be due to long-lasting changes in particular brain circuits which prime us for giving in. Researchers in the groups of Associate Professors Nicole Calakos... Read More »Read more »
Who wouldn’t want to save the world? It usually comes with a well-tailored tuxedo, a martini and a beautiful companion. Foiling a supervillain’s evil plans? Seems like a cracking way to spend a weekend. Unfortunately, for most of us this isn’t an option.Read more »
The evolutionary context of gender inequality in humans I recently came across a blog post by Antonia Sudkaemper that tackles some common misconceptions about gender inequality. Overall I was impressed, but a Guardian article she referenced by Jessica Valenti struck me as highly questionable. Here are the lines that I take issue with: “Gender inequality... Read More »Read more »
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