Problems sleeping are nothing new, it turns out.
In which we take a look at the history of a mysterious condition.
PTSD has a long history, but a short period of formal recognition.
In which one of my students shows you how the polygraph was developed and discusses whether it should be used as a detector of lies.
In which one of my students takes a close look at the history of “demonic possession” and the dangers such beliefs entail.
In which I discuss trigger warnings in the context of fears, anxiety, and how we treat such, thereby showing some of the problems inherent with TWs.
In which I review Jacoby’s latest book, focused on the great Robert Green Ingersoll, forgotten icon of American freethought.