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Trust comes when you admit what you don’t know – lessons...

Tamar Kushnir, Duke University; David Sobel, Brown University, and Mark Sabbagh, Queen's University, Ontario Consider the following situation: Two...

Go ahead, enjoy your memes – they really do help ease...

Jessica Myrick, Penn State Zoom meeting after Zoom meeting, while trying to feed, entertain and beg-to-sleep an infant whose...

New research suggests cat and dog ‘moms’ and ‘dads’ really are...

Shelly Volsche, Boise State University A pup out for a stroll, without paws touching the ground. Shelly Volsche, CC BY-ND Have you noticed more cats riding in...

Selfish or selfless? Human nature means you’re both

Keith Yoder, University of Chicago and Jean Decety, University of Chicago Looking out for number one has been important...

7 research-based resolutions that will help strengthen your relationship in the...

Gary W. Lewandowski Jr., Monmouth University The new year is going to be better. It has to be better. Maybe you’re one of the 74%...

Microaggressions aren’t just innocent blunders – new research links them with...

Jonathan Kanter, University of Washington A white man shares publicly that a group of Black Harvard graduates “look like gang members to me” and claims...

Porn use is up, thanks to the pandemic

Joshua B. Grubbs, Bowling Green State University Across the globe, the coronavirus pandemic is affecting almost all aspects of daily life. Travel is down; jobless...

Out-of-context photos are a powerful low-tech form of misinformation

Lisa Fazio, Vanderbilt University When you think of visual misinformation, maybe you think of deepfakes – videos that appear real but have actually been created...

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