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Cognitive biases and brain biology help explain why facts don’t change...

Keith M. Bellizzi, University of Connecticut “Facts First” is the tagline of a CNN branding campaign which contends that...

Feeling connected enhances mental and physical health – here are 4...

Dave Smallen, Metropolitan State University A woman and her fiancé joke and laugh together while playing video games after...

Itching to get away this summer? Remember the six stages of...

Jaco J. Hamman, Vanderbilt Divinity School In June 2022, I set off on a 10,650-mile, six-week motorcycle trip from...

What makes people willing to risk their lives to save others?

Frank T. McAndrew, Knox College After an 18-year-old shooter murdered 19 elementary school students and two teachers in Uvalde,...

Buying into conspiracy theories can be exciting – that’s what makes...

Donovan Schaefer, University of Pennsylvania Conspiracy theories have been around for centuries, from witch trials and antisemitic campaigns to...

Babies don’t come with instruction manuals, so here are 5 tips...

Denise Bodman, Arizona State University and Bethany Bustamante Van Vleet, Arizona State University Babies don’t come with instruction manuals....

Why can’t you remember being born, learning to walk or saying...

Vanessa LoBue, Rutgers University - Newark Whenever I teach about memory in my child development class at Rutgers University,...

Bed bugs’ biggest impact may be on mental health after an...

Jerome Goddard, Mississippi State University Bed bugs are back with a vengeance. After an absence of around 70 years,...

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