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A Change to the Sound of the Voice Can Change Your Very Self-Identity
Psychology

A Change to the Sound of the Voice Can Change Your Very Self-Identity

A French physician explains what happened to some of his patients

By Guillaume Jacquemont
Discrimination Persists in Society--but Who Discriminates?
Behavior

Discrimination Persists in Society--but Who Discriminates?

Is discriminatory behavior widely dispersed or highly concentrated in a small number of people?

By David Z. Hambrick
COVID Expanded the Boundaries of Personal Space--Maybe for Good
Mental Health

COVID Expanded the Boundaries of Personal Space--Maybe for Good

Our physical safety perimeters have widened, a study suggests

By Gary Stix

Departments

  • From the Editor

    Embracing the Mess

  • Illusions

    The Allure of Mirages

  • News

    Suicide Rates Rise in a Generation of Black Youth

  • The Brain Guesses What Word Comes Ne-

  • Experimental Brain Implant Could Personalize Depression Therapy

  • An Inventory of All the Brain Cells That Let You Run, Jump and Roll

  • Pandemic Year One Saw a Dramatic Global Rise in Anxiety and Depression

  • Opinion

    Coming Out Autistic

  • Remote Work Can Be Better for Innovation Than In-Person Meetings

  • Mind Matters

    Other People Don't Think You're a Mess

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