Olga Khazan

Staff Writer, The Atlantic

Olga Khazan is a staff writer for The Atlantic, where she covers gender, science, and health. Prior to her current position, she was The Atlantic’s global editor. Before joining the magazine, she covered international affairs and start-ups for The Washington Post. Khazan has also written for the Los Angeles Times, Forbes.com, Wired, and other publications, and has been a Web editor and multimedia project manager. She has been named one of the 10 Best Science Writers of the year by Real Clear Science and is a two-time recipient of the International Reporting Project’s Journalism Fellowship, for which she reported from Brazil.

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Together, organizational behavior professor Matthew Feinberg and sociologist Robb Willer have extensively studied why... See more
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