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What I learned when I recreated the famous ‘doll test’ that...

Toni Sturdivant, Texas A&M University-Commerce Back in the 1940s, Kenneth and Mamie Clark – a husband-and-wife team of psychology...

Should I stay or should I go? Here are the relationship...

Gary W. Lewandowski Jr., Monmouth University Where do you see yourself in five years? It’s a standard job interview...

Evidence of an impending breakup may exist in everyday conversation –...

Sarah Seraj, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts; James W. Pennebaker, The University of Texas at Austin College...

Incitement to violence is rarely explicit – here are some techniques...

H. Colleen Sinclair, Mississippi State University As senators plan for an impeachment trial in which former President Donald Trump is accused of inciting his supporters...

Voters are starting to act like hard-core sports fans – with...

Michael Devlin, Texas State University and Natalie Brown Devlin, University of Texas at Austin During Donald Trump’s presidency, the American electorate became more divided and...

5 strategies for cultivating hope this year

Jacqueline S. Mattis, Rutgers University - Newark The raging coronavirus pandemic, along with political turbulence and uncertainty, have overwhelmed many of us. From almost the...

As the pandemic rages, the US could use a little bit...

Marie Helweg-Larsen, Dickinson College In recent years, the English-speaking world has found two Danish concepts, “pyt” and “hygge,” useful for dealing with anxiety and stress. Now...

How to help dogs and cats manage separation anxiety when their...

Lori M Teller, Texas A&M University When one of my co-workers found out about a tiny, orphaned kitten that needed a home a few months...

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