How do you know you are real? A classic paper by philosopher Nick Bostrom argues you are likely a simulation.
Why did government officials stop psychedelics from reaching mainstream culture?
Consciousness expert Michael Graziano on what, if anything, makes us uniquely human.
Might microdosing LSD and psilocybin be a safe, effective way to treat depression and other disorders?
A long-ridiculed theory about humankind's early leap of consciousness is revived.
The Oedipal complex, repressed memories, penis envy? Sigmund Freud's ideas are far-reaching, but few have withstood the onslaught of empirical evidence.
Psilocybin doesn't just make you trip; it can have lasting effects on how you see the world.
The Canadian professor has an extensive collection posted on his site.
A definition of death is surprisingly malleable, leading to complications when it comes to organ donation.
How mutual admiration was torn asunder by the sex drive: Freud, Jung and the schism at the heart of psychoanalysis.
From psychology to neuroscience, what we believe is not nearly as relevant as why we do.
What if consciousness isn't all about the brain?
It isn't mind over matter as much as mind properly working with matter.
It's not what you have, it's what you do with it.
A mind-bending paradox questions the nature of reality.
Minimalism, thought to be a solution to our overstimulated lives, is actually dulling our senses.
Neurobiologist Robert Sapolsky explains how your first 25 years will shape the next 50.
There's still a lot even doctors don't know about it.
Do our minds have quantum structures that give rise to consciousness? Sir Roger Penrose, one of the world's most famous scientists, believes this and can explain how he thinks it works.
If we’re going to treat psychological suffering as effectively as we treat pneumonia and broken bones, we’d better think outside the box.