A new book argues that willpower is tied directly to consumption of glucose.
Jamie Holmes is a program associate at the New America Foundation. His writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, the Christian Science Monitor, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Huffington Post.
Duncan Watts' new book, Everything Is Obvious, argues that we get the world all wrong by relying on common sense, but Jamie Holmes says he's the one who is wrong.
In his new book, The Mind's Eye, neurologist Oliver Sacks tackles "face blindness" and other fascinating neurological afflictions. He speaks to Jamie Holmes about his latest research.
Why are we always making less than rational decisions? A new book by Dan Ariely explores how people embrace the irrational, why we should spread out splurges, and the reason cake mixes require you to add eggs.