It pays to imagine your life is on a winning streak.
This is what happens when we can occupy our heroes’ bodies.
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We like impostor stories because we’re afraid we’re impostors ourselves.
Unreliable rewards trap us into addictive cell phone use, but they can also get us out.
We follow others no matter how hard we try.
From Yelping to dating, there’s a better way.
Sexual fluidity is a challenge to both traditional and alternative sexual narratives.
Are we happier with few or many choices? One subject settles the debate—dating.
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