Articles tagged with mind-and-psychology

Merve Emre Deborah Chasman

The Myers-Briggs Bias: An Interview with Merve Emre

David Auerbach

Through the experience of parenting his daughter, a software developer came to see Google and Facebook as the first digital children. 

F. M. Kamm

What constitutes a good death? On end-of-life care and assisted suicide.

Andrew Stark

Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman transformed how we think about economics and human behavior.

Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey

Protest is not merely a matter of personal awakening, but of organizing and mobilizing the power needed to change social relations.

Elizabeth Bishop Feature
Heather Treseler

A stunning trove of letters from Elizabeth Bishop to her therapist sheds light on the personal secrets that shaped her poetry.

A black and white picture of cars parked under a Chicago overpass in 1994.
Claude S. Fischer

A bad environment can worsen the life chances not only of a child, but that of the child’s child.

A print of a black and white woodcut from the 19th century showing a collection of beggars under a tree, in front of a wall with a wooden gate.
Claude S. Fischer

Do they affect individuals and societies more or less than do material circumstances such as economic incentives, physical constraints, and military force?

A hand writes with a red Sharpie next to a black and white coffee mug.
Claude S. Fischer

How egoism can also lead to self-defeating self-blame.

Anne Fausto-Sterling

Brain images are ubiquitous and compelling, but the science behind them is not.