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Unraveling the Mindset of Victimhood
Behavior

Unraveling the Mindset of Victimhood

Focusing on grievances can be debilitating; social science points to a better way

By Scott Barry Kaufman
The Beautiful Things inside Your Head: Winners of the 10th Annual Art of Neuroscience Contest
Neuroscience

The Beautiful Things inside Your Head: Winners of the 10th Annual Art of Neuroscience Contest

The top works—and our favorites—range from interactive pieces to a pen-and-paper drawing

By Karen Kwon and Liz Tormes
Why Feeling Close to the Finish Line Makes You Push Harder
Behavior

Why Feeling Close to the Finish Line Makes You Push Harder

Behavioral scientist Oleg Urminksy explains why you work harder when you get close to achieving a goal

By Katy Milkman and Kassie Brabaw

Departments

  • From the Editor

    New Views of Our Mesmerizing, Maddening Minds

  • Illusions

    Unveiling the Illusion

  • News

    Why Do People Avoid Facts That Could Help Them?

  • How Human Brains Are Different: It Has a Lot to Do with the Connections

  • Music Synchronizes the Brains of Performers and Their Audience

  • Americans Increase LSD Use--and a Bleak Outlook for the World May Be to Blame

  • The Brain Interprets Smell like the Notes of a Song

  • Opinion

    The Condoms of the Face: Why Some Men Refuse to Wear Masks

  • What Social Distancing Reveals about East-West Differences

  • Building Kids' Resilience through Play Is More Crucial Than Ever

  • Mental Health after COVID-19

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