by Jen Guidera Neuroscientists often try to correlate observable behavior with activity in the brain. This is a grand undertaking, with the human brain containing an estimated 86 billion neurons […]
by Tristan Wang In 1960, on a summer day in Cuernavaca, Mexico, Harvard psychology professor Timothy Leary and several friends ingested a bowlful of psilocybin mushrooms, an experience that Leary […]
by Quang Nguyen Globally, over 35 million people were living with HIV in 2012 (1). In addition to severe physical and immunological deterioration associated with the progression of the illness, […]
As a founding organization of ICSJ (see previous post), we encourage any interested and intrigued by our collective mission to check out ICSJ’s Kickstarter campaign and to consider contributing!
We are very excited to announce a new initiative that HSR is a founding member of: the International Collegiate Science Journal (ICSJ). Together with 8 other universities, Princeton, Duke, Stanford, Berkeley, Rice, WashU, Cambridge, and Oxford, we are launching this international group of science journals that have come together to form […]
by Carrie Sha It’s a Friday night. House parties. Drinking games. Red solo cups. It’s a common sight. But where does the college drinking culture come from and where can […]
The Science of Swearing: A look into the human MIND and other less socially acceptable four-letter words
by Michelle Drews Disclaimer: This article covers the psychological, neurobiological, linguistic, and legal aspects of the use of profanity. Readers are advised that it does contain words that some individuals […]