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Study Reveals Our 'Bias Blind Spots'

A study by a couple of researchers at the University of Toronto and at James Madison University in Virginia proved something that we may already know. ...

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Special Suit Helps Students Empathize with Elderly

How do you train a 20-something medical school student to feel genuine empathy for senior citizens? Enter "The Age Man Suit." Consisting of ear-protectors ...

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Harry Potter's Friend Holds Him Accountable

Toward the end of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, there's a scene where Harry, Ron, and Hermione are about to break the rules and leave their dormitory ...

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Different Perceptions of What Makes a 'Ridge'

A story is told of a man from Colorado who came to northern Minnesota one autumn for deer hunting. The Mid-westerners who hosted him planned to "drive ...

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Father Refuses to Shame His Son

Author Shea Seranno had just taken the exit ramp near his home when his car sputtered and died. Trying unsuccessfully to restart the car, he called a ...

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Workplace Ostracism Is Worse than Bullying

A (2014) study from University of British Columbia's Sauder School of Business concludes that being ignored at work is worse than being harassed or ...

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You've Been Shamed

An NPR article reports, "Jonah Lehrer, a once popular science writer, fabricated some quotes he attributed to Bob Dylan, then lying about it. Mike ...

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True Love? There's Not an App for That.

There's an app for everything, it seems—including dating. For anyone in the dating world who wishes for an electronic matchmaker that eliminates ...

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Judges Swayed By Lunch and Snack Breaks

In 2010, three researchers from the U.S. and Israel decided to test the legal adage that justice equals "what the judge ate for breakfast." The research ...

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Policeman's Kind Deed to a Homeless Man

In 2012, on a cold November night in Times Square, Officer Lawrence DePrimo was working a counterterrorism post when he encountered an older, barefooted ...

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