Carlin Flora was on staff at Psychology Today magazine for eight years, most recently as Features Editor. She is a graduate of the Columbia University School of Journalism and has written for Discover, O The Oprah Magazine, McSweeney's, Scientific American Mind, Glamour, Aeon Magazine, Women’s Health, and Men’s Health, among others. She has also appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and 20/20. She lives in New York City.
A Few Recent Articles:
Check out my feature on teenagers and smartphones in this month's Scientific American
Are Novelists or Psychologists Better at Describing People? (Aeon
How to Deal with Depression (O, The Oprah Magazine)
It's Not All About You!: The Effects of Awe (Psychology Today)
Challenging "Success-Via Failure" (Psychology Today)
Praise Them! (Aeon Magazine)
How Luck Works (Aeon Magazine)
Hot New Careers for Creatives (McSweeney's Internet Tendency)
How Can a Smart Kid Be So Bad at Math? (Discover)
Carlin is represented by the Gillian MacKenzie Agency.