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She Offered The Robber A Glass Of Wine, And That Flipped The Script

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Invisibilia: An Experiment Helps One Woman See The World In A New Way

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Employees serve clients in a McDonald's restaurant on Pushkin square in Moscow on Feb. 1, 2010. The restaurant was the first in Russia and opened on Jan. 31, 1990. Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Invisibilia Season 2: Changing Social Norms Could Save Your Life

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Can A Computer Change The Essence Of Who You Are?

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Think of human relationships as entanglements. How do they bind you; how do they reveal who you really are? Daniel Horowitz for NPR hide caption

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By Impersonating Her Mom, A Comedian Grows Closer To Her

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By Making A Game Out Of Rejection, A Man Conquers Fear

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U.S. soldiers at Long Binh base in South Vietnam line up to give urine samples at a heroin detection center before departing for the United States. About 20 percent of soldiers said they were addicts, but most didn't continue drug use back home. AP hide caption

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What Heroin Addiction Tells Us About Changing Bad Habits

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Our Use Of Little Words Can, Uh, Reveal Hidden Interests

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The Secret History Behind The Science Of Stress

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How A Woman's Plan To Kill Herself Helped Her Family Grieve

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Mind Over Milkshake: How Your Thoughts Fool Your Stomach

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