SA-Mind & Brain

SA-Mind & Brain

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When it comes to treating attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) a lot of kids are getting the meds they need—but they may be missing out...

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Many of us spend lots of time tapping out words on a keyboard. Now a team of MIT researchers thinks that how we type...

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In a candid conversation with Frank Rich last fall, Chris Rock said, "Oh, people don’t even know. If poor people knew how rich rich...

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SA Forum is an invited essay from experts on topical issues in science and technology. Our society is running into problems with brain research. To identify...

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Many of us have known a dog on Prozac. We've also witnessed the eye rolls that come with canine psychiatry. Doting pet owners—myself included—ascribe...

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If you’re a senior citizen, music in the background may be distracting. But for younger people—experts at multitasking—it’s apparently no big deal. That’s according...

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Four years ago schools and day cares in western Washington embarked on an experiment. Too many kids in the state were going without needed...

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Plenty of us have felt the lifeless lull of a dragging workday — the monotony of cubicles and computer screens; the crawl of afternoon...

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So it's Valentine's Day. And you still haven't got a date. Well, if you happened to be combing through the scientific literature for inspiration,...

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“The average cost overrun since 1976 for the Summer Olympics is 252 percent.” Smith College economist Andrew Zimbalist, who specializes in sports economics. “So on average...