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Why the smartest people can make the dumbest mistakes
Excerpt: The Intelligence Trap
A dinosaur egg bonanza is helping ecologists understand prehistoric parenting
Fossilized clutches of eggs in Mongolia suggest dinos raised their young in colonies.
Pre-ordering groceries could lead to healthier choices
But not everyone benefits equally.
These 1950s experiments showed us the trauma of parent-child separation. Now experts say they’re too unethical to repeat—even on monkeys.
A childhood without affection can be devastating, even if basic needs are met.