How Therapy Became A Hobby Of The Wealthy, Out Of Reach For Those In Need


When mental health professionals don’t take insurance, only the wealthy can afford their help. There’s something that really bothers Stanford psychiatry professor Keith Humphreys. When he thinks of all the years he has spent training the next generation of psychiatrists, the enormous investment in medical school and residency, he wants

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Personality Can Change Over A Lifetime, And Usually For The Better


Why do people act the way they do? Many of us intuitively gravitate toward explaining human behavior in terms of personality traits: characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving that tend to be stable over time and consistent across situations. This intuition has been a topic of fierce scientific debate

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‘Running (Refugee Song)’ Turns Headlines Into A Jazz-Rap Reflection


Keyon Harrold performs at this year’s Melbourne International Jazz Festival. He’s the co-founder of “Compositions For A Cause.” “Running (Refugee Song)” was released this week in honor of World Refugee Day. It’s the first composition from a new venture called Compositions for a Cause, a collaboration of musicians Keyon Harrold

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