Columnist, The New Yorker
Maria Konnikova is the author of Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes (2013) and the The Confidence Game (2016). She is a columnist for The New Yorker online and lives in New York.
Sex and sexuality
Critics say that porn degrades women, dulls sexual pleasure, and ruins authentic relationships – are they right?
Love and friendship
The empathy machine
Sherlock was right – new research shows that seeing through another’s eyes takes a detached mind not just a warm heart