The Outsider: A Pathway to Success?

Will We Ever Find the Next Einstein?

By Jonathan Wai Ph.D.
Maybe it's a matter of when.

Did One Marginalized Man Cause WikiLeaks?

By Christopher Ryan Ph.D.
The backlash of ostracism

Women Leaders Blaze Unique Paths

By Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.
But some common threads define their careers

Are Outsiders More Creative?

By Stanton Peele Ph.D.
A royal wedding gown displays the secrets of a strong ego

Feel Like a Fraud?

By Susan Pinker
The imposter syndrome often dogs high achievers

Field Guide to the Loner

By Elizabeth Svoboda
We tend to pity loners, but many reap joy from the solitary life

Cognitive Outlaws

By Joann Ellison Rodgers
How maverick minds defy learning "disabilities"

Your life in metaphors

By Susan Krauss Whitbourne Ph.D.
A box of chocolates or a bowl of cherries; which best fits your life?

The Solo Team Player

By Sophia Dembling
For introverts, flow most likely occurs in solitude.

Sixteen Things I Believe About Introversion

By Susan Cain
What I really think about introverts in an extroverted world.

The Man Who Shot Osama bin Laden

By Stanton Peele Ph.D.
Barack Obama accepts the glory for killing Osama bin Laden

Narcissistic Parents: Contact or Not?

By Karyl McBride Ph.D.
Making decisions about toxic parents

Are You Too Hyper?

By Lara Honos-Webb Ph.D.
Channel Hyperactivity Toward Targeted Goals to Achieve Your Dreams

The Solitude of Leadership

By Susan Cain
How individuals work better than groups


By Mark Teich
What makes someone risk it all?

Genius: The Right Mix of Rebel

By Ilana Simons Ph.D.
Genius means the right mix of submissiveness and rebellion.

The Quiet Revolutionary

By Susan Cain
Why introverts may be naturally suited to non-violent resistance.

Self-Help for Rebels

By Carlin Flora
Finding the courage to live your convictions