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In a lockdown, where does work end and parenting begin? Welcome...

Candice Harris, Auckland University of Technology and Jarrod Haar, Auckland University of Technology All parents work.

The roar of the crowd – how fans create electric atmospheres

Tim Hill, University of Bath; Giana M. Eckhardt, King's College London, and Robin Canniford, The University of Melbourne Since...

Domestic violence 911 calls increased during lockdown, but official police reports...

Jillian B. Carr, Purdue University COVID-19 stay-at-home orders surely saved many lives, but a growing number of studies document...

The neuroscience behind why your brain may need time to adjust...

Kareem Clark, Virginia Tech With COVID-19 vaccines working and restrictions lifting across the country, it’s finally time for those...

Unwanted weight gain or weight loss during the pandemic? Blame your...

Lina Begdache, Binghamton University, State University of New York CC BY-ND If you have experienced...

Writing the “Isolation Rag” – a composer reflects on his experience...

Scott Wheeler, Emerson College Scott Wheeler is a composer who teaches at Emerson College. In an interview with The Conversation, he explains how classical musicians...

Coronavirus: Is the cure worse than the disease? The most divisive...

<Danny Dorling, University of Oxford In 1968, at the height of the last great influenza pandemic, at least a million people worldwide died, including 100,000...

Economic policies can induce people to quarantine safely during the pandemic

Roberto Chang, Rutgers University and Andrés Velasco, London School of Economics and Political Science Recent economic proposals to deal with COVID-19, like those summarized by...

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Bogeyman of credit crisis needs reform to align risks and responsibilities...

By Yesha Yadav, Vanderbilt University In 2009, US trucking company YRC Worldwide faced ruin as it struggled to restructure its debt. With tens of thousands...