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Unraveling the Mindset of Victimhood
Behavior & Society

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 & Society

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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