"Solving the IQ Puzzle": Why is your IQ higher than your parents? It is because of the Flynn effect, says the person who coined the phrase: James R. Flynn.
"Searching for God in the Brain": Researchers are unearthing the roots of religious feeling in the experiences of nuns, Buddhists and others.
"Brain Food": Paying attention to what and when you eat can maximize your mental prowess.
"Feeding the Psyche": Why we crave chips and chocolate when we're upset or anxious - and how scientists are coming to conclusions about food and mood.
"Fantasy Therapy": Virtual computer worlds are helping people cope with phobias, eating disorders, and severe pain.
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