Mary Hamilton

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Creativity, Madness and Drugs

<i>Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in 1970. Credit: Wikimedia Commons/CMA-Creative Management Associates/Atlantic Records</i><p><b>San Diego</b>–Would we have Poe’s <i>Raven</i> …

Reindeer Country

When french photographer Céline Clanet first visited Lappland, an Arctic region that spans parts of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia, in the early …

Brain Stimulation May Induce the Human Will to Persevere

One epilepsy patient reported a flushing in his chest and described a feeling of determinedness, like getting ready to drive through a storm. A …

Parenting: Don't Praise Your Children!

Please be prepared. I'm going to go on a bit of rant now. I just can't hold it in any longer. I see parents doing this constantly and it's killing me …

Parenting

Assertion

Gottlob Frege characterized the assertoric quality of an utterance as an assertoric <i>force</i> (“<i>behauptende Kraft</i>”; Frege 1918b: 22) of the utterance. …

Stanford University

Greed: How Economic Selfishness Harms Us All

<b>“I am not a destroyer of companies. I am a liberator of them!</b><br>The point is, ladies and gentleman, that greed, for lack of a better word, is good. …

Finance

Catching Ourselves in the Act of Thinking

(Credit: edmenendez via Flickr)<p>From 1934 to 1970, Louie Mayer worked as a cook and housekeeper for writers Virginia and Leonard Woolf at their home …

Disgust is in the Eye of the Beholder

Disgust, in its most familiar form, is our response to something vile in the world—spoiled food, a dirty floor or rats cavorting in the subway. It is …

Psychology

Hidden Metaphors Get under Our Skin

Look around. Do you see four walls or an expansive vista? The answer could influence your ability to think creatively. A growing body of research …

Psychology