Social NeuroscienceHow a Multidisciplinary Field Is Uncovering the Biology of Human Interactions
Social neuroscientists boost our knowledge of the biology of animal and human interactions in areas as diverse as drug abuse, pair-bonding, and social isolation. As the field continues to grow, we will better understand the social, biological, and cognitive factors that determine how we relate to others.
Fading Minds and Hanging ChadsAlzheimer’s Disease and the Right to Vote
State laws yield little guidance on cognitive impairment and the right to vote. It is time to fashion realistic guidelines for people who can no longer exercise their right to suffrage with acceptable competence.