Why won’t they help?
The psychological puzzle of why bystanders hesitate to report a crime or help a victim, even when it costs them nothing
The intimacy of crowds
Crowds aren’t really crazed – they are made of highly co-operative individuals driven to shared interests and goals
The concrete abyss
We know solitary confinement annihilates the minds of its victims — but what does it do to the rest of us?
Was it really me?
Neuroscience is changing the meaning of criminal guilt. That might make us more, not less, responsible for our actions
The ruling that Anders Breivik is sane leaves his ideas unchallenged. We need a new verdict for crimes of vainglory