The New Yorker
By Nate Lavey | Sept 9, 2013
Just as Times Square is a diversion for some people and a stressful place for others, the cyclopic camera above a laptop's screen might, for a certain type of person, become a source of corrosive unease.
New York Magazine
By Melissa Dahl | July 7, 2014
What happens when already-paranoid people live in an age in which their fears of being watched are at least somewhat justified?
The Daily Beast
By Joel Gold | July 7, 2014
How does it happen that a society or a culture suddenly decides that violence on the level doled out by ISIS is OK? What does it take to turn that corner? How and when can the human mind sanction torture and murder?
Simon & Schuster
June 17, 2014
Combining extraordinary true stories with the latest research, Joel and Ian Gold take us on a wild journey through the delusional brain to explore the intersection of neuroscience, biology, and culture.