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Us and Them: The Science of Identity
came out in paperback, with a new preface, in 2008.
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What If We Stopped Assuming Ordinary People Are Always Wrong?
Nudge Need Not Be Sneaky
Math, Weather and War
Cloudy, With a Chance of War
My profile of the remarkable Lewis Fry Richardson, pioneer of both meteorology and the study of conflict
What Makes An Alien Intelligent?
When we find intelligent aliens, how will we recognize them?
Why Secret Information is Over-Rated
The mind is biased to see secret information as better than open knowledge.
The Obesity Era
How Not to Think About Obesity
Eating With Integrity
Ghastly gastronomy, as published in Nature
The Punishment Fits the Crime
A genomic nightmare
Us and Them 2008 Edition
A sample of Us and Them from Google Books
Preface to the Paperback Edition
The myth of ``Peak Attention''
Are we really running out of attention?
Eliot Spitzer and Psychologists' Changing Concept of Conformity
Is it always the lone maverick who's right, when s/he refuses to play along? That's how American psychologists have taught it, but recently they have been taking another look at conformism.
A piece about migrating birds, New York City, and the scientists who study them both --
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Carl Zimmer's `Loom'
David Sloan Wilson
Us and Them Blog
My page at Huffington Post
John Horgan's Center for Science Writings at Stevens Institute