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Facebook has known for a year and a half that Instagram...

Christia Spears Brown, University of Kentucky Facebook officials had internal research in March 2020 showing that Instagram – the...

We used peanuts and a climbing wall to learn how squirrels...

Lucia F. Jacobs, University of California, Berkeley; Nathaniel Hunt, University of Nebraska Omaha, and Robert J. Full, University of California, Berkeley

Lead exposure during childhood may influence adult personality, and not for...

Ted Schwaba, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts The Research Brief is a short take...

Teens with secure family relationships ‘pay it forward’ with empathy for...

Jessica Stern, University of Virginia The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.

Science denial: Why it happens and 5 things you can do...

Barbara K. Hofer, Middlebury and Gale Sinatra, University of Southern California Science denial became deadly in 2020. Many political...

Why vacations feel like they’re over before they even start

Selin Malkoc, The Ohio State University For many people, summer vacation can’t come soon enough – especially for the...

Going beyond ‘back to normal’ – 5 research-based tips for emerging...

Bethany Teachman, University of Virginia You’ve been waiting… and waiting… and waiting for this amazing, magical day when you...

Yes, online communities pose risks for young people, but they are...

Benjamin Kaveladze, University of California, Irvine Aristotle called humans “the social animal,” and people have recognized for centuries that...

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Tech giants’ patent wars mean a longer wait for smarter phones

Ronald Klingebiel, University of Warwick It seems there is no end to the smartphone litigation saga. A long-running US court case just reappraised Samsung’s violation...