Some say that free will might be a useful delusion but neuroscience provides sound reasons to believe that it is real.
Many psychology students are subjected to this day to an exploded pop neuroscience myth endorsed by celebrity scientist Carl Sagan.
If I ever get asked to write a chapter on projection for a psychology textbook, Dave Farina’s outrageously disrespectful performance will be exhibit A.
We’ll feature excerpts here in the future, but for now I’d like to highlight some special features of chapters in the book.
It’s a good idea to be skeptical when any such claim is followed up with the assertion that humans “aren’t that cognitively unique after all.”