Can judges work with psychiatrists to help solve mass incarceration?
Neuroscience helped debunk the superpredator myth—and sway the Supreme Court. Why the movement to overhaul juvenile sentencing is picking up steam.
With Baby Boomers retiring, our focus should be on giving workers choice and agency—even if that means fewer full-time workers.
Research suggests that the now-FDA-approved female libido-booster is—at least in part—a pharmaceutical ploy.
The disease model of addiction offers addicts several ways forward—including getting drunk to beat alcoholism.
What can we do to help kids who are the first in their families to go to college—or who face extra burdens because of their race, class, or religion?
They're the most effective method—perhaps because they're the most empowering.
Gay, straight, single, divorced: Five studies that prove that the who of family matters a lot less than the how when it comes to raising happy, healthy kids.
The whole idea of a democracy is that the majority is generally supposed to get its way. But time and again, it’s not the majority but a potent minority that drives—or prevents—progress.