Psychology Today Vol 66 No 5

The Genius Who Perished on Flight
11 Israeli-American ex-commando Danny Lewin was likely the firstvictim of 9/11. Before dying, he wrote algorithms that changed the Internet. After 12 years, his story comes to light.
BY MOLLY KNIGHT RASKIN

52 Virtue Becomes Vice Now that change in almost all domains of life is near constant, there’s no counting on received wisdom about what is good. Allviews must be regularly re-examined. In a highly dynamic universe, nothing is a blanket prescription for success. BY MARY LOFTUS*

62 Chasing Slumber
Sleep deprivation affects
us on a molecular leveland causes cognitive impair­ ments that lead to disasters in nearly every occupation. But the scariest aspect of sleep loss may be that we don’t realize how tired we are. BY MARK WOLVERTON

78 Kings and Queens of Chaos Borderline
personality disorder cuts a wide swath of destruction as sufferers try to relieve their inner turmoil. BY ELIZABETH SVOBODA
The best treat­ment for borderlines is a remedy for much more.
BY HARA ESTROFF MARANO

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