A conversation with Joshua Hook, co-author of Cultural Humility: Engaging Diverse Identities in Therapy.
Beliefs can be false, unwarranted by evidence or reasoned consideration. They can also be morally repugnant.
Mathematicians bridge the divide between infinity and the physical world.
In Sweden, surgically embedded microchips are like digital keychains.
Physics conference in India holds promise for computing, communication, cryptography and more.
It may seem like the world’s going to hell in a handbasket, but the facts don’t support it.
Neuroscience gives us wondrous knowledge about the brain, including an awareness of its limitations.
New study indicates that some victims experienced more fantasy and creativity.
Insights and open questions from within the science and sociology of gratitude.
Martin Nowak study examines how strategies can foster or destroy cooperation