Psychology Today Magazine
January 2016

Odd Emotions

Odd Emotions

By Rebecca Webber

Naming feelings we can't describe may help us confront them.
Image: Robert Trivers/Michael McGregor

Trivers' Pursuit

By Matthew Hutson

The wild life of a badass biologist.
My Brother, The Unabomber

My Brother, The Unabomber

By David Kaczynski

The truth about Ted was worse than he could have ever imagined.
How to Pick a President

How to Pick a President

By John D Gartner Ph.D.

What we want and need in a leader may be two different things.

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