Why the condition is sometimes known as "CEOs disease"
According to new research, bipolar disorder has an unexpected distribution of success, challenging the notion that mental disorders affect work negatively. Continue Reading
When Elyn Saks (pictured above) was diagnosed with schizophrenia decades ago, she was told not to expect to ever have a career, or much of a life. But the University of South Carolina law professor went on to win a 2009 MacArthur Foundation "genius grant" and study other high-functioning, high-achieving... Continue Reading