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Margaret Hayden

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I'm studying medical anthropology at Oxford and plan to go to medical school in the next few years. Interested in health and social policy, especially as it relates to psychiatry and mental illness. Enthusiastic about books, politics and travel.

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Margaret Hayden

Following health and social policy in the US and beyond

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Rethinking the Stanford Prison Experiment

Over forty years ago, the Stanford Prison experiment made headlines. Students were randomly assigned to roles as prisoners or guards,...

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Take down the confederate flag

There are too many responses to the horrendous shooting in Charleston to cite them all here. Ta-Nehisi Coates keeps it simple (and...

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The danger of "choice" rhetoric

Issues of individual responsibility (or lack thereof) are at the heart of American cultural and political conflicts. Stereotypically,...

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Rethinking communication and disability

Oxford student Rachel Kolb has a great blog post in the New York Times this week. Disabilities can be conceived of as the product of an...

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This is your brain on poverty

A slew of studies have recently documented the ways in which poverty can be as toxic to a developing brain as drugs or alcohol. The...

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