An Amazon Prime movie, The Report touches on a dark moment in recent US history. What's more troubling, is the role that psychology had during this episode.
Big Data is finally arriving in the NHL. Next season, there will be tons of sensors and computer chips placed all over the ice rink.
In 1981, scientist Edward Taub was arrested after Alex Pachecho and PETA presented proof to the local authorities about the experiments that were done with monkeys in his lab. This came to be known as the Silver Spring monkeys.
All that's going on with Apple's brand new ad-free streaming service, Apple TV Plus. Announced during Apple's iPhone 11 launch event.
Annaka Harris takes the complex task of giving the public a brief tour about the mystery of consciousness. Her debut book in less than 120 pages tells more about being conscious than many books with over 400+ pages.
The psychology of injury in the NFL is a convoluted, misunderstood topic that drives players into early retirement, and sometimes destroying their bodies.
Platypuses, Bearded Dragons, and Zebrafish might offer a further history of REM sleep and the origins of dreams in humans.
Oliver Sacks would have been 86 today. We explore his most famous book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, 34 years later.
Henry Marsh in his masterful book gives us a glimpse of how death, triumph, and the perils of medicine have shaped his life through neurosurgery.
Amy Trask is one of the most established women in sports. She is also one of the most beloved people on Twitter. She talks about the the two subjects here.