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Scientific American Mind Print Magazine
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Scientific American Mind is the brain science magazine from the Editors of Scientific American. Each issue provides readers with insights on neuroscience, psychology, child development, human sexuality, and all facets of human behavior. Subscriptions include 6 bi-monthly print issues, 6 digital issues (Tablet Edition for iPad, downloadable PDFs, and browser based access to gated content on ScientificAmerican.com).
Scientific American Mind magazine brings you the latest in brain research and psychological discoveries. From topics such as the nature of consciousness to investigations into the subtleties of prejudice and racism to the mysteries of phantom limbs, this magazine goes deep into the most fascinating aspects of how the brain perceives and interacts with the world. The magazine is written with nonprofessionals in mind, so the content isn't too esoteric or complex for those without a neuroscience graduate degree.
In addition to covering the latest developments in neuroscience, Scientific American Mind magazine also delves into how the brain affects everyday interactions. Reviews of movies and books related to brain science help round out the content and give you even more sources to satisfy your curiosity about how the brain works. Plus, there are puzzles in the back that let you challenge your own mind and see how you stack up against proven geniuses.
The writing style in Scientific American Mind magazine is highly engaging and accessible, so even nonscientists can understand the details and implications of the research being described. Complex topics are broken down into easy-to-understand explanations and examples, and the articles are supported by creative graphics, photographs, and diagrams that make them easier to comprehend. Short bibliographies at the end of each article suggest books and articles for those who want to do further research on a given topic.
For a glimpse into the mysteries of the mind that will keep your brain occupied for hours, turn to Scientific American Mind magazine.
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If you like pursuing knowledge and trivia that will stimulate your understanding of the world, you will love Scientific American Mind.
What I get with Scientific American Mind would be great if it showed respect for the basic principles of science. But, no. Anecdotes. Speculation about realities that lie outside the realm of empirical study. Hyperbolic headlines without research to support them.
It's true that there are excellent and well-researched articles in these magazines. But they don't get much play on the cover and you have to dig to find them.
Studies have shown that over time, people forget where they first heard information so they begin to believe unsubstantiated claims. Scientific American is making a generous contribution to this pool of ignorance.