The COVID crisis throws into relief what happens when grief has—quite literally—nowhere to go. The evidence suggests that most people summon strengths that surpass their own expectations.
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Our unconscious biases.
Powerful Men Behaving Badly: Is it Being a Guy, or Being Powerful?
The surprising benefits of drawing a family tree.
Why Anger Makes People Want Things More
We can no more give up our political tribes than our religious, ethnic and gender tribes.
Men, Women, Marriage and Anger
Romance, Self-discipline and Love
Is Your Manager Less Attractive Than You Are?
Why are conservartives so angry? And why are liberals so disgusted?
Abraham Lincoln was called a Negro. John Adams was referred to as a hermaphrodite. James Madison was accused of being French.
Barack Hussein Obama has 18 letters in his name. That's 6+6+6, or 666. Get it?
Why Some People Make Friends More Easily Than Others
What's the link between religion and schizophrenia?
How to interrupt the flow of emotions
How Voice Changes Convey Romantic Interest
Does being a parent make you less likely to get jail time?
Why testosterone may be bad for your group.
Do overweight waiters make you order more food?
Do we make better romantic choices when we have many options or a few options?
Race and Politics. Again.
Disgust, Sadness and Fighting Unfairness
Do skyrocketing autism diagnoses have to do with network effects?
Why do hourly-wage workers volunteers less than others?
Self esteem and Age -- What's the connection?
At what age do Americans feel best about themselves?
Homosexuals, anti gay-marriage laws & mental health
Does happiness make us unselfish or selfish?
Hidden Brain See. Hidden Brain Do.
Can a black president have a "black agenda" in America?
Let's say you won $10 million. How quickly would you resign from your current job?
Do happy people have deeper conversations with their friends?
Shankar Vedantam is a science reporter with National Public Radio and a Nieman fellow at Harvard University.