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How to Talk Constructively About Mental Illness

When public discourse links mental disorders with violence or "craziness," it adversely—and unfairly—affects the lives of millions of people.


Five Studies: The Political Power of Going Negative

The most negative advertisements can also be the most informative—and Twitter is empowering female candidates to be more aggressive.


Five Studies: Mental Health Courts Are Finding Their Footing

Can judges work with psychiatrists to help solve mass incarceration?


Five Studies: Why IUDs Are Poised to Become the Future of Birth Control

They're the most effective method—perhaps because they're the most empowering.

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Five Studies: What You Need to Know About Transgenderism, According to the Research

Despite recent news coverage, transgender is a term that one-third of Americans still can’t define.


Our Very Real Problem With Human Trafficking

If we want to fight human trafficking, we should start by understanding it more clearly.


Inequality in Black and White

The rigged economics of race in America, in five studies.