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Training an animal? An ethicist explains how and why your dog...

Jon Garthoff, University of Tennessee People talk to their pets every day: offering praise when they’re good, reassurance when...

Why are there prisons? An expert explains the history of using...

Joshua Long, UMass Lowell Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If...

Intuitions about justice are a consistent part of human nature across...

Daniel Sznycer, Oklahoma State University and Carlton Patrick, University of Central Florida “Thou shalt not kill” may be the...

Millions of kids get suspended or expelled each year – but...

Alysse Loomis, University of Utah Each school year, nearly 3 million K-12 students get suspended and over 100,000 get...

Grudges come naturally to kids – gratitude must be taught

Nadia Chernyak, University of California, Irvine; Peter Blake, Boston University, and Yarrow Dunham, Yale University Have you heard this tale? In ancient times, an escaped...

Why shaming your children on social media may make things worse

Brian Edward Kinghorn, Marshall Univeristy Matt Cox knew he would be criticized when he forced his 10-year-old daughter to walk 5 miles to school in...

Does American culture shame too much – or not enough?

Peter Stearns, George Mason University The word “shameless” is being tossed around an awful lot these days, which might speak to what many see as...

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