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Lots of people believe in Bigfoot and other pseudoscience claims –...

Craig A. Foster, State University of New York College at Cortland Uncommon Courses is an...

3 reasons local climate activism is more powerful than people realize

Global warming has increased the number of extreme weather events around the world by 400% since the 1980s. Countries know how to...

Social media always remembers – which makes moving on from a...

Kate G. Blackburn, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts; Leah E. LeFebvre, University of Alabama, and Nick Brody,...

How to deal with holiday stress, Danish-style

Marie Helweg-Larsen, Dickinson College The holidays often involve jubilant gift exchanges, renewed connections with family and friends, and treasured...

Keep calm and carry on – but how? A psychologist offers...

Bethany Teachman, University of Virginia Well-meaning advice for people stressing out about current events often includes encouragement to be...

The creepy clown emerged from the crass and bawdy circuses of...

Madeline Steiner, University of South Carolina The scary clown has become a horror staple. Featuring Art...

Why are so many people delighted by disgusting things?

Bradley J. Irish, Arizona State University Halloween is a time to embrace all that is disgusting, from bloody slasher...

What is déjà vu? Psychologists are exploring this creepy feeling of...

Anne Cleary, Colorado State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages....

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The unknown crocodiles

By Vladimir Dinets, University of Tennessee Just a few years ago, crocodilians – crocodiles, alligators and their less-known relatives – were mostly thought of as...