To what end does the brain recall and reward old memories?
Anxiety is tied to anger in some languages, while in others it’s more related to grief.
But don't freak out.
Children learn to handle their own feelings by observing how others deal with theirs.
Tail wags, rat giggles, and horse snorts.
The psychology behind your love of twists and turns.
Humans learned disgust to avoid disease, but it’s turned into a complicated feeling.
Our emotions shape which language we decide to use.
Social norms are wrecking your grief experience.
Scientists still aren’t sure why early humans had such weird skulls—or why we don’t.
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