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Archives for October, 2007

Music is alive and well I long ago grew weary of complaints about the demise of classical music — a demise based on dropping sales and and market share. Similar complaints had been voiced about tennis, another thing I love. In both cases the hand-wringing about falling ticket or record sales or TV viewers ran…

This week’s post at Mind Matters, the Scientific American blog I edit, looks at an intriguing study of gene-environment interactions in abused children. Charles Glatt, who wrote the review, outlines the rather encouraging results of this study, which suggest — with all the usual caveats about wider applicability and replication of results — that some…