Michael Brus

Michael Brus, a former Slate assistant editor, is a psychiatrist in private practice in New York City. He is on the clinical faculty of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

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Aug. 26 2013 12:38 PMSelf-Loathing Wins ChampionshipsA video of a German tennis star berating himself is the key to understanding sports psychology.
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May 28 2013 6:45 AMShrink DreamsHow a Slate journalist became a psychiatrist.
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July 1 2006 6:26 AMAll Shook Up
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May 6 2006 6:15 AMNegroponte's Porter
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March 18 2006 6:21 AMThe courts face off against the White House.
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Jan. 7 2006 6:13 AMBlunt Instrument
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Dec. 17 2005 7:00 AMWiretrap
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Nov. 6 2005 7:28 AMLes Misérables
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Oct. 13 2005 7:17 AMNo Place Like Home
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May 8 2004 6:53 AMResponse-Ability
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May 1 2004 6:35 AMGoing Native
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April 18 2004 6:51 AMHamassacred
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April 3 2004 6:47 AMTry and Try Again
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March 20 2004 6:49 AMUnification Theory
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March 6 2004 6:48 AMFall of the House of Stewart
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May 28 2013 6:45 AMShrink DreamsHow a Slate journalist became a psychiatrist.
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Aug. 5 2006 6:13 AMLandis' End
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June 22 2006 7:29 AMTake the Shrink ChallengeCan a psychiatrist really tell what's wrong with you?
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April 15 2006 6:19 AMDefending Defense
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Feb. 25 2006 6:18 AMBrinkmanship
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Dec. 31 2005 6:08 AMSafe in the City
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Nov. 13 2005 7:33 AMBeleaguered Seniors
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Oct. 23 2005 8:48 AMWaiting for WilmaA summary of what's in the major U.S. newspapers.
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May 9 2004 6:53 AMPassive-Aggressive Order
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May 2 2004 6:49 AMMartialing Evidence
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April 25 2004 6:53 AMOne by Land, Two by Sea
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April 10 2004 6:49 AMMemoranda Mori
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March 28 2004 6:53 AMBad Break
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March 14 2004 6:56 AMDeath, Lies, and Videotape
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Feb. 28 2004 6:51 AMEnjoined in Holy Matrimony

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