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2016
Wising up New Scientist 9 March 2016.

2015
Morality 2.0: How manipulating our minds could save the world New Scientist 23 September 2015.

Down in the dumps? Don’t worry, your brain is still on point New Scientist 28 August 2015.

Wars without end Nature 11 March 2015.

Rite reasons: why your brain loves pointless rituals New Scientist 14 January 2015.

2014
Masculine-sounding lawyers less likely to win in court New Scientist 30 December 2014.

Left or right-wing? Brain’s disgust response tells all New Scientist 30 October 2014.

Free will persists (even if your brain made you do it) New Scientist 19 September 2014.

Your Memory Handbook: The step-by-step guide to how memory works and how to use it Haynes Publishing (August 2014).

2013
Norovirus: the perfect human pathogen New Scientist 20 March 2013.

The ritual animal Nature 23 January 2013.

2012
Warmonger or idealist: the roots of human conflict The Psychologist 19 September 2012.

The argumentative ape: why we’re wired to persuade New Scientist 23 May 2012.

Puzzles of evolution: are some of us hybrids? New Scientist 21 March 2012.

Puzzles of evolution: why aren’t we more like chimps? New Scientist 21 March 2012.

2011
Mindfulness in schools The Psychologist October 2011.

Grand delusions: why we’re determined to be free New Scientist 13 April 2011.

2010
How to be happy (but not too much). New Scientist 44–47 (25 September 2010).

Darwinian medicine: does intensive care kill or cure? New Scientist 46–49 (14 August 2010).

Evolvability: How to cash in on the genetic lottery. New Scientist 46–49 (26 June 2010).

A WEIRD view of human nature skews psychologists’ studies. Science 328, 1627 (25 June 2010).

Beyond torture: the future of interrogation. New Scientist 40–43 (06 March 2010).

Unpicking the brain. Prospect (March 2010).

2009
Human nature: the remix. Nature 457, 780–783 (2009)

Immoral advances – is science out of control? NewScientist (10 January) 32–37 (2009).

2008
New light on Stonehenge. Smithsonian 39(7), 36–46 (2008).

Running to catch the sun. The Psychologist 21(7) 580–583 (2008).

Don’t let cyber-spite destroy your good name. NewScientist (24 May) 24–25 (2008).

How to get exactly what you want. NewScientist (10 May) 32–37 (2008).

The emerging moral psychology. Prospect web exclusive (April 2008).

Out on a limb. NewScientist (8 March) 36–39 (2008).

Engines of evolution. NewScientist (16 February) 40–43 (2008).

Killer instincts. Nature 451, 512–515 (2008).

2007
How do you justify yourself? NewScientist (3 November) 14 (2007).

Going global. NewScientist (27 October) 36–41 (2007).

The depths of disgust. Nature 447, 768–771 (2007).

Blame the mouse? NewScientist (2 June) 38–41 (2007).

How to make better choices. NewScientist (5 May) 35–43 (2007).

The love delusion. NewScientist (31 March) 42–45 (2007).

The Neanderthal within. NewScientist (3 March) 28–32 (2007).

Superimmune. NewScientist (24 February) 42–45 (2007).

2006
The Neander code. NewScientist (11 November) 44–47 (2006).

The science of you. NewScientist (19 August) 28–36 (2006).

2005
The moral maze. NewScientist (26 November) 34–37 (2005).

Personal effects. Nature 438, 14–16 (2005).

Designer drugs. Focus 147 (February) 22–27 (2005).


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