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The Monty Python legend says political correctness poisons thinking in all areas of human activity.
The Institute for Justice urges SCOTUS to renounce that open-ended exception to the Fourth Amendment.
The Bipartisan Senate Gun Control Bill Would Unjustly Deprive Americans of Their Second Amendment Rights
The legislation prohibits firearm sales based on juvenile records and subsidizes state laws that suspend gun rights without due process.
Because there is no reliable way to identify future mass shooters, it is inevitable that many innocent people will lose their Second Amendment rights.
Dr. Oz Warns That Legalizing Marijuana in Pennsylvania Would Aggravate Unemployment by Weakening 'Mojo'
The Republican Senate candidate is echoing decades of anti-pot propaganda, but evidence to support his hypothesis is hard to find.
Predicting violence is a lot harder than people claim in retrospect, and a wider net inevitably ensnares more innocent people.
Another proposed ban shows the true motivations of the culture war.
The state's regulators plan to start accepting applications from manufacturers and "service centers" on January 2.
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All But 2 Utah Legislators Just Voted to Investigate the Psychotherapeutic Potential of Psychedelics
The bill is the latest sign of strange new respect for drugs that were once routinely depicted as menaces to body and soul.
This Program Aims to Correct the Culture of Acquiescence That Allowed Derek Chauvin to Kill George Floyd
"Active bystandership" training encourages officers to stop their colleagues from violating people's rights.
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Young people who came of age after 9/11 aren't snowflakes despite being exposed to a series of catastrophic events and apocalyptic news narratives.
Oregon will license and regulate psilocybin-assisted therapy by 2023. Some health care professionals aren't willing to wait.
The controversial author on her acclaimed and condemned book, being deplatformed, and the future of free expression in an increasingly polarized marketplace of ideas
Subjects diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder made substantially more progress when they received MDMA rather than a placebo.
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An experiment to see if nurture could overcome nature did not end well.
Although police seized the perpetrator's shotgun when he was deemed suicidal, he was never identified as a potential murderer.
From "power poses" to the self-esteem movement to implicit bias tests, we want to believe one small tweak will solve our problems, says Jesse Singal.
Both advocates and skeptics of the copycat theory recommend self-restraint by the news media.
From "power poses" to the self-esteem movement to implicit bias tests, Americans are suckers for bad ideas from psychologists.
Psychiatrist Sally Satel on her eye-opening year at a clinic in Ironton, Ohio
The practice evades constitutional constraints by casting punishment and preventive detention as treatment.
His new book, Drug Use for Grown-Ups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear, is a provocative manifesto for legalizing all drugs.
Treating Lin Wood's Wild Conspiracy Theories As a Psychiatric Symptom Invites Him to Play Free Speech Martyr
The State Bar of Georgia is demanding that the pro-Trump lawyer undergo a mental health evaluation.
"It's like taking a chemical helicopter ride above my life," says psychotherapist Charles Wininger. "Then I can come back down and rededicate myself to the way I want to be living."
A 71-year-old therapist comes out of the "chemical closet" to promote MDMA as a means of self-discovery
The story of why pain relievers took root in Appalachia begins decades before the introduction of OxyContin.
"I hope my case can start removing senseless boundaries to teletherapy," said Brokamp, who is suing in federal court on First Amendment grounds.
People who suffer from a "tendency for interpersonal victimhood" present themselves as weak, hurt, and vengeful.
A court split between Florida and California may mean an eventual Supreme Court decision.
Republicans have seized on the dubious claims of a psychologist who thinks Big Tech is shifting millions of votes to the left.
The author of the new book Transcend updates Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs for an era of pandemics, racial strife, and extreme polarization.
In new studies, many people "reported that morally good beliefs require less evidence to be justified, and that, in some circumstances, a morally good belief can be justified even in the absence of sufficient evidence."
Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Manipulators Are More Likely To Engage in 'Virtuous Victim Signaling,' Says Study
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For half a century, Grinspoon tirelessly advocated a more rational and tolerant approach to marijuana and other psychoactive substances.
Rick Doblin, a leading force in America's psychedelic renaissance, imagines a world of "mass mental health" facilitated by formerly demonized drugs.
It’s a new era of digital therapeutics—and a reminder of how burdensome the federal regulatory process is.