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Social Learning in Nature Is Ubiquitous

Alzheimer’s Early Tell

The language of authors who suffered from dementia has a story for the rest of us.

For Kids, Learning Is Moving

Children’s brain development is fueled when they find their own way.

How to Tell If You’re a Jerk

If you think everyone around you is terrible, the joke may be on you.

A Mental Disease by Any Other Name

For Frank Russell, reinterpreting his schizophrenia as shamanism helped his symptoms.

Cursive Handwriting and Other Education Myths

Teaching cursive handwriting doesn’t have nearly the value we think it does.

Why We Love How-to Videos

Instructional videos can teach us anything—especially if you watch them this way.

The Brief, Mystical Reign of the Wax Cadaver

Early medical models of human anatomy shrouded death in feminine beauty.