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"The secret life of secrets" The New Yorker, May 2017.

"Why it's so hard to keep a secret" Scientific American, May 2017.

"The worst part of keeping a secret" The Atlantic, May 2017.

"Keeping secrets isn't so bad for you after all - with one exception" New York Magazine, May 2017.

"The price of secrecy" The Economist, April 2017.

"The inherent gender of names." Scientific American, July 2016.

"Girls' and boys' names literally sound different." New York Magazine, July 2016.

"Secret Lives: BBC Documentary." BBC Radio, April 2016.

"Why dressing for success leads to success." The Wall Street Journal, February 2016.

"Trusting a book by its cover." Business Insider, February 2016.

"How clothes influence our performance." Scientific American, January 2016.

"Wearing a suit makes you think more creatively." Business Insider, July 2015.

"Spill the beans." The Atlantic, July 2015.

"Keeping secrets can destroy your productivity at work." Business Insider, June 2015.

"How the clothing you wear affects the way you think." The Huffington Post, May 2015.

"Business - getting smarter." TIME, May 2015.

"The psychological case against casual Fridays." New York Magazine, May 2015.

"Wearing a suit makes people think differently." The Atlantic, April 2015.

"Dressing for success." The Boston Globe, April 2015.

"Keeping a secret 'physically' weighs you down." The Huffington Post, April 2015.

"Simulating metaphors." Science, July 2014.

"Why you can't keep a secret." The Atlantic, March 2014.

"The secrets we keep." Pacfiic Standard, November 2013.

"Secrets to share or not to share." The Huffington Post, September 2013.

"What betrays your poker face: your arms." The Boston Globe, September 2013.

"Forget poker faces, watch your opponent's arms if you want to win." Discover Magazine, September 2013.

"Poker pros' arms betray their hands." Science News, September 2013.

"Rethinking the Poker Face." The New York Times, September 2013.

"Poker players' arms give away their hands." Scientific American, April 2013.

"How to win at poker: A handy tip." The Economist, April 2013.

"A poker player's tells are in the hands as much as the face." NPR, April 2013.

"Calling a bluff: Is it all in the arms?" The Huffington Post, April 2013.

"The fastest, easiest way to boost creativity." Forbes, April 2013.

"Painkillers: no need to swallow." The Boston Globe, March 2013.

"Week in ideas: Holding ibuprofen helps." The Wall Street Journal, March 2013.

"Pills fight pain: And you don't even have to take them." Pacific Standard, March 2013.

"The power of keeping and sharing our secrets." WNPR, Connecticut Public Radio, March 2013.

"Hard conservatives, soft liberals." The Boston Globe, September 2012.

"The curse of an untrustworthy-looking face." The Wall Street Journal, August 2012.

"Between your ears: A weighty secret" The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 2012.

"How secrets weigh us down." The Boston Globe, April 2012.

"The (literal) burden of secrets." The Wall Street Journal, April 2012.

"Keeping a secret weighs you down, literally." Scientific American, March 2012.

"Why keeping a secret feels so burdensome." The Huffington Post, March 2012.

"Keeping a secret can be a real physical burden." Yahoo, March 2012.

"Surprising insights from the social sciences: Get curvy!" The Boston Globe, March 2012.

"Sense of touch may influence gender perception." Yahoo, January 2011.

"Our perceptions of masculinity and femininity are swayed by our sense of touch." U.S. News & World Report, January 2011.

"The terror of the red pen." The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 2010.

"Red ink can affect teachers' grading." Los Angeles Daily News, June 2010.

"Redlined." The Boston Globe, June 2010.

"The frightening pen." Washington Monthly, May 2010.

"Red ink may lead to lower grades." NPR, May 2010.

"When grading papers, red ink may mean lower scores." Pacific Standard, May 2010.

"Study: Light bulbs spur bright ideas." MSNBC, May 2010.

"How light bulbs make you smarter." The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2010.

"Surprising insights from the social sciences: Light bulbs = ideas." The Boston Globe, April 2010.

"Bright ideas: Light bulbs stimulate insights." Pacific Standard, March 2010.