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Life’s stages are changing – we need new terms and new...

Jeffrey Arnett, Clark University What image comes to mind when you think of a person in their 20s?

The best way to follow through on your New Year’s resolution?...

Mark Canada, Indiana University Kokomo and Christina Downey, Indiana University If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution, your plot...

Got Zoom fatigue? Out-of-sync brainwaves could be another reason videoconferencing is...

Julie Boland, University of Michigan During the pandemic, video calls became a way for me to connect with my...

Foods high in added fats and refined carbs are like cigarettes...

Ashley Gearhardt, University of Michigan Every year millions of Americans try to cut down on ultra-processed foods – industrial...

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...

What causes ADHD and can it be cured?

Gregory Fabiano, Florida International University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages....

People use mental shortcuts to make difficult decisions – even highly...

Manasvini Singh, University of Massachusetts Amherst Being a physician is a difficult job. They must make complex, high-stakes decisions...

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Social distancing works – just ask lobsters, ants and vampire bats

Dana Hawley, Virginia Tech and Julia Buck, University of North Carolina Wilmington Social distancing to combat COVID-19 is profoundly impacting society, leaving many people wondering...