Impostor feelings—that we are perpetually on the verge of being unmasked as not worthy—have traditionally been viewed as an individual affliction. New research locates it in a social milieu.
Loose cultures prize individual liberty. This trait works well until society-wide threats—like COVID—arise. Here’s how loose societies can maximize liberty and safety in the face of a future crisis.
What is the role of scientists in a changing world—should they be impartial investigators, active advocates, something in between?