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Does interesting research imply an interesting researcher?
Sometimes those who know the most also know the least.
Sometimes conflict brings us together.
What it takes to deliver a good joke.
Why Van Gogh went years without painting before he started to paint.
Sometimes our intuitive response to inequality isn't enough.
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Cody Kommers, who manages a computational cognitive neuroscience lab at Harvard University, is also a science writer.