Cameron is a writer, editor and underwater anthropologist in Melbourne, Australia. After a decade in Tokyo working as an arts journalist, he began doctoral studies at Deakin University involving fieldwork with scientists and divers at coral reefs in the Pacific Ocean. Cameron is a former books and culture editor for The Japan Times, and a past contributor to CNN, ArtAsiaPacific, Dwell, Apartamento, and art-agenda.
Mind and brain
Time doesn’t flow like a river. So why do we feel swept along?
by Nick Young
The nature of reality
For neuroscience, magic opens a doorway to multiple realities
by Luis M Martínez & Jordi Camí
History and philosophy of mental health
Can we diagnose suffering without knowing a person’s history?
by Christos Tombras
Cognitive and behavioural therapies
The philosophical roots of CBT help explain its limitations
by Bradley Murray
Sex lives of the pygmy seahorses – a hidden, miniature marvel
by Richard Smith
Why the ketamine revolution is stalling – and how to save it
by Bita Moghaddam
We need to address society’s unrealistic view of caregivers
by Joanne Limburg
Technology and media
Can algorithms speak? And should their opinions be protected?
by Jennifer Petersen
I swim to think and to stay afloat in an ever-wetter world
by Steve Mentz
Sports and games
For players of fafi, dream interpretation is a vital skill
by Brittany Birberick
Calling Australia’s wildlife ‘weird’ puts it at risk
by Jack Ashby
The body and physical health
We’re children of ice and snow. Can we survive the coming heat?
by Robert Frodeman & Mark Bullock