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Interview


An interview with Wendy M. Williams

Anna Lena Phillips

The psychologist discusses why more women aren't in science and ways to change that

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An interview with Carol Tavris

Anna Lena Phillips

The social psychologist discusses decision-making and cognitive dissonance

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An interview with Chris Mooney

Greg Ross

The science journalist on hurricane intensity and global warming

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An interview with Allan M. Brandt

Greg Ross

The Harvard medical historian on America's tortured history with tobacco

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An interview with Karl Iagnemma

Frank Diller

The engineer-cum-author reflects on his merged careers in research and creative writing

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An interview with Carl Elliott

Michael Szpir

The philosopher and bioethicist discusses our growing obsession with "enhancement technologies"

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An interview with David Suzuki

Frank Diller

The geneticist and broadcaster calls for a restored balance with the natural world

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An interview with Daniel Goleman

Michael Szpir

The author of Emotional Intelligence on the merging of Western psychology and Eastern spirituality

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An interview with David Goodstein

David Schneider

The Caltech physicist considers the end of fossil fuels

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An interview with Nicholas P. Money

Frank Diller

The Miami University mycologist on the natural history of toxic mold

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Total Records : 48


 

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