Oct 4, 2013 — Reading literary fiction improves people's ability to recognize other people's mental states, while popular fiction and nonfiction do not, a study says. That may be because literary fiction tends to focus on the psychology and inner lives of the characters.
Jun 22, 2012 — Why do Americans do so little to ensure the privacy of their communications? Is this a new kind of liberation? Or the symptom of a real psychic, as well as political, breakdown?
Feb 3, 2012 — Research on decoding language within the brain opens up new prospects for communicating with incapacitated people. Some, however, worry that it could also be a threat to privacy. Commentator Alva Noe says not to worry, we are already excellent mind readers.
Jan 26, 2011 — Gchatting, texting or Facebook messaging with the object of your affection. Back in my day, it would've been e-mail. So much to say, but you never pull the trigger. This video's gone viral, prompting many to consider saying what they mean.