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In Defense of the Psychologically Rich Life
Behavior

In Defense of the Psychologically Rich Life

It involves complex mental engagement; a wide range of deep, intense emotions; and diverse, novel and interesting experiences

By Scott Barry Kaufman
Emotional Labor Is a Store Clerk Confronting a Maskless Customer
Behavior

Emotional Labor Is a Store Clerk Confronting a Maskless Customer

The preeminent sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild discusses the control over one’s feelings needed to go to work every day during a pandemic

By Gary Stix

Departments

  • From the Editor

    That Thoroughly-Used-Up Kind of Life

  • Illusions

    Perplexing Perspectives

  • News

    Mountain Peaks Seem to Shape Personality Traits in the American West

  • Cracking the Neural Code with Phantom Smells

  • How Dozens of Languages Help Build Gender Stereotypes

  • Elon Musk's Pig-Brain Implant Is Still a Long Way from 'Solving Paralysis'

  • COVID-19-Era Isolation Is Making Dangerous Eating Disorders Worse

  • Opinion

    The Problem with Implicit Bias Training

  • Were French People Born to Speak French?

  • The Weirdness of Watching Yourself on Zoom

  • Penis Size Has Nothing to Do with Masculinity

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