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Should parents lie to kids about Santa Claus? We asked the experts.

This is far from a peer-reviewed body of evidence, so no one is arguing that your kids will be irreparably scarred once the jig is up. But it’s fair to say that some youths will be displeased or unset... read more

How Cory Booker’s “Baby Bond” Proposal Could Transform the Reparations Debate

So he and a colleague, Darrick Hamilton, of the New School, began modelling a proposal to provide a trust account to each American child ... Just the psychology of that—it’s limitless.” Having come up ... read more

Saving the World, One Science Fair at a Time

All the elements add up to an inspiring ... McCalla: Science fair allows me to encourage students to follow their passions. Because I am mentoring them, they’re now able to shine. The gift that I’m gi... read more

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Neoliberalism, “just deserts” and the post–climate crisis economy

Offer lists and describes other “just-world” (just-deserts) theories. This is a fascinating list: Offer cited a concept from social psychology called the ... It’s why he blew up frogs as a child. And ... read more


How Not To Lose Friends To Parenthood

Children ... education, psychology, religion and toxins in our food supply. Oh lord, the toxins. If you were a dummy before you had kids, accept this fact: you are still a dummy. All that’s changed is ... read more

America's Least-Favorite City Has Become Television's Favorite Subject

He lies to us, takes our money, monitors our contacts, hands out presents, puts us in debt, says he’ll take care of us, and beats people up. (While he doesn’t make us have sex with his friends, just g... read more

AI, Robotics, and the Future of Jobs

Ultimately, we as a society control our own destiny through the choices we ... and any automated system can handle events that it is designed for, but not events (such as a child chasing a ball into a ... read more

Nigeria: Repositioning Women to Break Boundaries

As the world progresses and women achieve more freedom, they are discovering that they are more than society had previously defined ... There were also experts in the child psychology business; season... read more

Why I Was Put on Administrative Leave Toward a Termination

Just ask Heather Griffith, a social worker who works with children in intensive foster care ... and is not a process of railroading — setting up an employee as presumed guilty before a fair airing of ... read more

Book Review: Public Relations Thoughts & Deeds

The book is small, but it is loaded with information, and very rich – virtually every page contains deep insights, important information and fantastic context such that if I was not very careful, I co... read more

Mortifying Miniatures: On Andrés Barba’s “Such Small Hands”

But it is up to us to decide ... In each of these cases, childhood psychology — both fictional and real — took center stage: How brainwashed were these children? What could they have known about their ... read more

Scandalously ever after: history’s hard-partying princesses

Princess, diva, pain in the ass — all terms that resonate ... Caroline, by then “a blowsy woman of 46,” became a national embarrassment, attending society balls naked from the waist up and pioneering ... read more



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