openculture.comIntroduction to Psychology: A Free Course from Yale UniversityTaught by Yale professor Paul Bloom, this course presents an Introduction to Psychology and tries to explain what makes us tick: What do your dreams mean? Do men and women differ in the nature and intensity of their sexual desires? Can apes learn sign language? Why can't we tickle ourselves?189
lifehacker.comHow I Learned to Stop Being So Jealous and Finally Get on with My LifeJealousy and envy are two of the most common—yet negative and useless—emotions many of us have. For a long time, I let both of these destructive feelings overwhelm and poison me. Here's how I finally gained control over them.122
today.duke.eduWhat I'm Working On: Why you didn't do that thing you're sure you didFelipe De Brigard is an assistant professor of philosophy at Duke, where he runs the Imagination and Modal Cognition Lab. That may not sound like philosophy in the traditional sense; De Brigard’s work is at the intersection of philosophy and neuroscience, and is supported right now by a $500,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research.188
forbes.comStudy Finds Link Between Heavy Use Of Digital Media And ADHD In Teens, But Questions RemainHeavy use of digital media platforms like texting and streaming video is linked to more ADHD symptoms among teenagers over time, suggests a new study, but the direction of the cause-and-effect arrow is still in question.