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The costs of keeping your opinion to yourself

One again I was taken to task in a letter to the Editor, in response to last week’s column. There I responded to...

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A journey along the healing road

“Well, what seems to have happened during this longish interval of time and distance is that I’ve reached one o...

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The problems—and benefits—of social science research

I hate it when I get it wrong. I hate it even worse when I get caught getting it wrong. Of course I have enough exp...

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