Psychologists should stop thinking there’s something difficult about finding out what goes on inside people’s heads. Because a) you can ask them and b) there are umpteen nonverbal ways you can get a clear idea. Like art, for an obvious instance. Especially these days, when the personal work of artists doesn’t seem to be constrained by societal expectation, propriety, or any of the lower rungs of dear old Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. If you can get it into a brain bag, you can pretty much feel free to decorate your cake with it. And whoaboy, have we ever got us some devil’s food lately.