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These methods are enough to break even the strongest mind.

These methods are enough to break even the strongest mind.

WATCH: Lesser-known scientific discoveries, and the women behind them - ScienceAlert

WATCH: Lesser-known scientific discoveries, and the women behind them - ScienceAlert

INTUITION: Should You Trust Your intuitions? Exploring the idea that intuition rests on pattern seeking capacities...

INTUITION: Should You Trust Your intuitions? Exploring the idea that intuition rests on pattern seeking capacities...

It is only recently that the claims of psychologists to moral expertise have come to be taken seriously. Contributing to their new aura of authority has been their association with neuroscience, with its claims to illuminate the distinct neural pathways taken by our thoughts and judgments. Neuroscience, it is claimed, has revealed that our brains operate with a dual system for moral decision-making.

It is only recently that the claims of psychologists to moral expertise have come to be taken seriously. Contributing to their new aura of authority has been their association with neuroscience, with its claims to illuminate the distinct neural pathways taken by our thoughts and judgments. Neuroscience, it is claimed, has revealed that our brains operate with a dual system for moral decision-making.

Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch? - The New York Times

Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch? - The New York Times

HOW DOES OUR LANGUAGE SHAPE THE WAY WE THINK? | Edge.org

HOW DOES OUR LANGUAGE SHAPE THE WAY WE THINK? | Edge.org

5 Psychology Experiments You Couldn't Do Today - YouTube

5 Psychology Experiments You Couldn't Do Today - YouTube

Decisions Are Emotional, not Logical: The Neuroscience behind Decision Making | Big Think

Decisions Are Emotional, not Logical: The Neuroscience behind Decision Making | Big Think

We often talk of having five senses as a universal truth. In reality, there may be more. Christian Jarrett explains the controversy

We often talk of having five senses as a universal truth. In reality, there may be more. Christian Jarrett explains the controversy

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