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The Re-Do — 2021 in Review

Start Here: The Best of Cognitive Revolution

#76: Charles King on Taking the Outsider Perspective

#75: Susanna L. Harris on Building Community through Communication

#74: Nicole Barbaro on Judging a Book by its Cover

#73: Tara Thiagarajan on Brains—All 7 Billion of Them

#72: Andy Luttrell on Consistent Quality

#71: David Edmonds on Turning Philosophy into a Career

#70: Salma Mousa on Investing in Big Projects

#69: Coltan Scrivner on First-Gen to Fame

#68: Alexandra Chesterfield on Being a Conservative in a Liberal Environment

#67: Rebecca Saxe on the Beauty of the Mind

#66: Gordon Allport, the 20th Century's Psychologist

#65: Elizabeth Ricker on Personalizing Your Creative Process

#64: Azeem Azhar on the Exponential Age

24 Reasons Not to Go to Graduate School

#63: Jay Van Bavel on the Power of Us

Americans Applying to UK PhDs: A Guide

Requiem for the Fuck Around Century

The Department of Social Relations

Gordon Allport: The 20th Century's Psychologist (Pt 4)

Gordon Allport: The 20th Century's Psychologist (Pt 3)

Gordon Allport: The 20th Century's Psychologist (Pt 2)

Gordon Allport: The 20th Century's Psychologist (Pt 1)

As With a Harvest

Does Travel Reduce Prejudice?

Building Toward Something New

The Self-Help of T.S. Eliot

The Long 2020 — in Review

#62: Edward Slingerland on How to Drink Well

#61: Scott Atran on the Risks We're Willing to Take

#60: Wade Davis on Becoming an Entrepreneur of Knowledge

#59: Christopher Bail on How Social Media Shapes Our Identity

#58: Jeff Hawkins on Tackling the Big Problems

#57: Nancy Kanwisher on Finding Your Niche

#56: Louis Menand on How to Write about Everything

#55: Brian Christian on AI as a Human Problem, Part 1

#54: Pedro Domingos on Making the Textbook Smaller

#53: Liz Neeley on the Foundations of Good Stories

#52: Benjamin Moser on the Performance of Everyday Life

#51: Damon Centola on How Anomalies Drive Scientific Progress

#50: Ethan Kross on Harnessing the Voice in Your Head

#49: Joseph Henrich on What History Can Tell Us About Psychology

#48: Sir Simon Baron-Cohen on Putting Together the Big Picture from the Details

#47: William Labov on What People Actually Say

#46: Nicholas Christakis on Mastering Skills

#45: Tanya Luhrmann on Writing about Culture, Belief, and Life

#44: Anil Seth on Interdisciplinarity in Practice

#43: Denise Sekaquaptewa on How to Make Universities Work For Everyone

#42: Richard Nisbett on Telling More Than He Can Know