Posts Tagged ‘memory’

The most profound questions are simple. In the spirit of communal curiosity ignited by Edge.org and the British Psychological Society, we invited former PsychTalk guests and insightful writers to reflect on this theme:

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Carrying out justice involves a bunch of tough decisions. Juries, judges, witnesses, attorneys, victims and the media all play different parts. Amid the cacophony of conflicts and uncertainties that make

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Introducing the Brain Byte: bringing you something to think about in 5 minutes or less. For this first installment, we draw inspiration from the BPS Research Digest–check it out! Our

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What do Princess Diana’s death, 9/11, and your 13th birthday have in common? Your memories of those events are probably riddled with vivid errors. Hear about having a gun pointed

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Memory isn’t for remembering, free will is a farce, and other big ideas with Felipe De Brigard. Find out what it’s like to get your academic start in Colombia (that’s

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