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their work and offer new perspectives THE MIRACLE ON YORK AVENUE
After high school, I went to
Queens College, the $34-a-semester
commuter schoolmy parents could

on human behavior.
afford. At night, I drove a taxicab to
make some money.
One day, my girlfriend told me
that there was a secret university
in Manhattan that had the worlds
highest concentration of science
Nobel Prize-winners: The Rockefeller
University. That night, I drove by
the university, on York Avenue, to
see whether anyone was hailing a
cab. Three times, I drove around the
block. No luck. But the fourth time, a
man hailed me. I asked if he worked
at Rockefeller. Not only did he work
there, he was a professor there: Neal
Miller, who was trying to prove that
biofeedback worked (this was 1970). I
said, jokingly, Im not letting you out
pick me, pp910: Politics meets perception cONSULTATiON, of this cab until you give me a job.

insights
pp1415: The lessons of profanity expLOrATiONS, pp1819: Fortunately, he laughed and said,
How happily coupled people see attractive singles BUrNiNg Send me a letter of inquiry. After

The Accidental
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p21: Loneliness across the lifespan UNcONveNTiONAL home to type the letter and put it in

Career Coach
WiSdOm, p22: Finding your way in life means making a plan the mail.
While not always the case, persis-
tence and assertiveness helped. Even
though I was a lowly cabbie, I was bold
How to find a calling (Hint: with pluck and a penchant
enough to ask an eminent researcher
for action) BY MARTY NEMKO
for a joband I immediately followed
through with a letter.

I
WAS BORN in a Bronx tenement to two uneducated immigrants
straight off the boat from the Holocaust. My father and mother could FAST FAILURES
get only minimum-wage jobs as factory workers. All they spoke was I ended up working at Rockefeller
Polish and very broken English. And I was beaten with Ze Strap almost daily. as a research assistant for six months.
Fortunately, I was born smart. Of course, I deserve no credit for that. My For the first time in my life, however,
mother told me that I was reading, although not understanding, the newspaper when my supervisor tried to teach me
by the time I was 3. I somehow had taught myself to read by watching the 5-inch how to design a computer, I encoun-
DuMont television that my parents had bought used. tered something that was too difficult
COURTESY MARTY NEMKO

Although I rarely practiced the $50 piano my parents acquired, by age 12 I was for me. Embarrassed, I quit.
perhaps the worlds youngest barroom piano player, leading a bunch of drunks in Not having finished my bach-
a Bronx saloon singing When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. By the time I was 22, I had elors degree yet, I wanted to try to
played over 2,000 union gigs, including with the famed Peter Duchin Orchestra. get some course credit for my work

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PERSONALITY
Person of Interest
the hot seAt death penalty? Dukakiss response, in
which he dryly reiterated anticapital pun-
radical shifts in voters appraisals of the
candidates are unlikely.
Can an 11th-hour slip tarnish ishment talking points, was widely panned. The public has gotten quite a long look at
a Candidates image? He had the most bland, bureaucratic Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. People
answer, and it revealed a lot about him, who are paying attention to politics have
During A presiDentiAl debate in 1988, says Michael A. Genovese, a leadership evaluated them thousands of times, so for

Celebrities and unknowns alike


Democratic candidate Michael Duka- scholar at Loyola Marymount University. them to change their opinion, its going to
kis received a question about his wife. He As the 2016 candidates enter the white- take something colossal, says Stony Brook
responded calmly, evenly, and with a facial hot light of the debate stage, could such a University political scientist Milton Lodge.
expression youd expect someone to wear moment rock voters opinions enough to An unflattering remark is more likely to
when discussing the national budget. The make a difference? In an election season shape a candidates image early in his or her
question: If Kitty Dukakis were raped and with more than its share of controversial introduction to the electorateas in 2008,
murdered, would you favor an irrevocable comments, there are reasons to believe that when Katie Couric appeared to baffle vice

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its not so crazy that
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have always been
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Crazy Like an Ex SINGle Female BehaVIoR: Go-

Mating
ING NUTS oVeR aN UNaVaIlaBle
maN. WhY DID YoU TaKe ThaT
Rachel Bloom turned her struggles with depression,
oN? When Aline Brosh McKenna, the
anxiety, and romantic obsessionnot to mention her love
series cocreator, made the original
of musical theaterinto one of the most unlikely television
pitch, her idea was that everyone has
successes of recent years. by Lisa a. PhiLLiPs
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r
achel Bloom, the Gold- seems like any womans nightmare, a lot of my life I was very boy crazy
en Globewinning star and but the result is a funny, unflinchingly boy crazy being a lighter term for
cocreator of the CW musi- honest look at mental illness, roman- being heavily obsessed, with really in-
Smallz & raSkind/the cW netWOrk, llc 2015

We illuminate the ties that bind us and


cal sitcom Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, is open tic obsession, and, as Bloom puts it, tense mood swings and my self-worth
about her own lifelong struggles with the truth behind stereotypes. The wrapped up in my crushes.
depression and anxietyburdens she show, recently nominated for four
shares with Rebecca Bunch, her TV Emmys, returns for its second season aND ReBecca haS The Same
alter ego. Rebecca abandons her high- on October 21. ISSUeS? It never occurred to us to

the pathways to a happier coexistence.


powered job as a Manhattan attorney make Rebecca a laughed-at character,
to chase her ex-boyfriend, Josh, to a CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND TacKleS someone looked at with a male gaze
bland California suburb. The premise oNe oF The BIGGeST TaBooS oF from the outside in. We wanted to

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HEALTH
relationships
Supplemental Science
INTIMACY

The freshest knowledge about the


vitamins and nutrients that enrich our
physical and mental well-being.
B
UDDING ROMANTIC relationships are often
laced with as much anxiety as excitement:
Theres the pounding heart before a first kiss,
the internal calculation to share confidences and inti-
mate revelations, the nervousness about meeting a new
partners family.
Perhaps no early relationship milestone is as imbued

health
with meaningand trepidationas the first utterance
of I love you. The fear of nonreciprocation after saying
it is enough to prompt many people to hold back, says
Art Markman, a psychologist at the University of Texas,
Supplemental Science Austin. If one person is feeling an intense emotion and
the other is not, then declaring love can create a moment
of truth for a relationship, where reservations have to be
discussed. And because saying it flags not only an intense
emotion but also ones level of commitment to a relation-

Time for
ship, experts find that the phrase is loaded with different
signifiers, depending on who says it first and when, as well

a Brake
as how one reacts to hearing it.
In heterosexual relationships, its commonly assumed
that the woman is the one who says I love you first. Yet
studies show that its actually men most of the time, and

Magic Words
GABA is a neurotransmitter one reason for that may be that they feel love first. In a
that slows brain activity 2011 study published in The Journal of Social Psychology,
but may speed relief from Marissa Harrison, an associate professor of psychology at
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depression and gure in Theres more to saying I love you than sharing Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, found that men
other mental disorders. a powerful emotion. BY JENNA BIRCH reported feeling and confessing love as early as a few weeks
BY SHIRA POLAN

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O
UR BRAINS, like race car
drivers straining for the
starting signal, are gener-

GABA
ally raring to go. Given a trigger, our

GABA
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neurons spring into action, relaying


information to their neighbors. And

Sex
like those drivers, wed quickly run
into trouble without a sturdy brake.
Thats the role of GABA, or gamma-
aminobutyric acid: It keeps neurons
from firing after their mission is

Based on new research with a health/


accomplished.
GABA, chemically distinct from
such neurotransmitters as serotonin
and dopamine, has only one chemi-
cal peer in the brainglutamate. The

biology twist. What do your sexual


two are widely distributed and work
together like a gas pedal and brake to
regulate neuronal activ-
GABA GONE ity. The gas pedal gluta-
WRONG mate binds to neuronal

fantasies reveal about your personality?


GABA DEFICIT IS LINKED TO: receptors, stimulating
ANXIETY the cells to fire. Their
DEPRESSION work done, GABA takes
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER over, dampening
SCHIZOPHRENIA excitability.
BIPOLAR DISORDER When functioning
EPILEPSY properly, the system
helps regulate brain cell
activity. But new research suggests
ShUtterStOcK

that GABA, especially through its


balancing act with glutamate, plays

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