Searching for the Self

For centuries, many have wrestled with what the “self” really is. As a species, we have come to the conclusion that a fundamental part of being Read more →

Take a Breath

Imagine a square. Breathe in deeply for four seconds while ascending one side of the square. Hold your breath for four seconds across the top edge, Read more →

Great Minds Built Alike

Giftedness. The term itself carries a sense of ambiguity, as the potential of human ability and the depth of biological, social, psychological, and Read more →

Locating Loneliness

A lone person stands amid a bustling crowd of familiar faces. A glance around at the wide, inviting smiles on the faces of their family and friends Read more →

AIWS: Not Just an Illusion

Introduction To some people, the world just doesn’t feel right. They may feel their bodies growing unnaturally large till they fill up the room. Read more →

Stand Up For Your Brain

INTRODUCTION To sit or to stand—a debate many rarely think about due to the prominence of sedentary lifestyles. Many of our daily activities Read more →

Models of Memory

Imagine waking up one day without any memory. You can probably picture yourself in a state of extreme confusion, not knowing who you are, where you Read more →

Motor Conversion Disorder

Motor conversion disorder is a subset of conversion disorder, which is one of the most common psychiatric diagnoses in neurology; it accounts for at Read more →

Swell! Expansion Microscopy

Companies boasting about their diapers’ comfort, mobility, and, most importantly, absorbency, represent the hallmark of any respected diaper brand. Read more →