Neuroscience

Why Our Brains are Designed to Forget—Illustration of a white face with the back of it going through a shredder with a dark blue background with three yellow stars.

Why Our Brains Are Designed to Forget 

While many of us yearn to sharpen our memory, the science of sleep shows that, in fact, our brains are designed to forget—a process that unlocks the mind’s capacity to dream and think in creative ways. Read More

  • Scott A. Small

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Focus

Pink Brains, Blue Brains 

Men are from Mars and women are from Venus, right? Maybe not. Research suggests these differences are overstated. Read More 

  • Sharon Begley
  • December 29, 2015

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