Hanna Rosin Along with Alix Spiegel, Hanna Rosin co-hosts Invisibilia, a show from NPR about the unseen forces that control human behavior—our ideas, beliefs, assumptions, and thoughts.
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Dark Basin: Global Hack-For-Hire Organization That Targeted Thousands Over The Years

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In the 1970s, professor Peter Kranz asked what would happen if students went around the room and said what they really thought about people of the other race. Leonardo Santamaria hide caption

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What 10 Students Learned From Having To Say Their Worst Thoughts On Race Out Loud

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Should We Have Empathy For Those We Hate?

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Invisibilia: The Online Version Of Us Versus Reality

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Invisibilia: When Death Rocks Your World, Maybe You Jump Out Of A Plane

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Allan Aarslev, a police superintendent in Aarhus, became part of the effort to make young Muslims feel like they have a future in Denmark. Scanpix Denmark/USAScanpix/Sipa hide caption

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