November 17–23

How to apologize properly, primers to better understanding your sex life, and why you think people are paying more attention to your flaws than they actually are.

The Five Ingredients of an Effective Apology

By Guy Winch Ph.D.
Most apologies don’t work but here's how to fix them

Top 10 Evolutionary Mismatches

By Glenn Geher Ph.D.
Is modern life like living in a zoo? One expert believes it might be.

The 29 Senses of Normal

By Eric R. Maisel Ph.D.
If normal has no meaning, what can abnormal mean?

The Day JFK Was Shot

By Pythia Peay
How the forces of history shape our psychological and political development

From Football Tackle to Suicide?

By Jordan Gaines Lewis, Ph.D.
Football trauma may be endangering players' mental health.

The Two Best Questions For Your Sex Life

By Ken Page L.C.S.W.
Discovering new portals to more meaningful sex

Are You Suffering the Spotlight Effect?

By Amie M. Gordon PhD
You are probably the only one who realizes you're having a bad hair day.

Do Good People Turn Evil?

By Adam Grant Ph.D.
We might have drawn the wrong conclusions from the Milgram and Zimbardo studies.