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Binge Reading Disorder

How much do you read on an average day? Recent research by Lifehack says that "an average social media user 'reads' 285 pieces of content ...


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The Rise of Overconfidence

Have you ever been listening to someone blab on about something you know nothing about, yet you still try to contribute to the conversation? Welcome to ...


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The Outside, on The Inside

Amid the ongoing social crisis in Ferguson, Missouri and controversially harsh police response, national attention is being given to the increasing trend ...


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Americans Display Extreme Over-confidence

[Americans] have tremendous faith in themselves. In 1950, the Gallup organization asked high school seniors, "Are you a very important person?" And at ...


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Flunking Exams Actually a … Good Thing?

An article in The New York Times highlights a new classroom learning technique—the "pre-final" test. Students take their final on the ...


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Google, the Oracle

Some tech companies think they can help you know your future. Imagine a personal assistant—like Apple's Siri—that could provide you with ...


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Our Reluctance to Say 'I Don't Know'

In their book Think Like a Freak, economists Steven Levitt and Stephan Dubner state, "It has long been said that the three hardest words to say in the ...


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The Three Hardest Words in the English language

Can you guess what the three hardest words in the English language are? Maybe "I love you?" What about, "I trust you." Well, in their ...


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ER Docs Learn from a Formula One Team

What could a team of medical doctors possibly learn about practicing medicine from a Formula One racing team? If the doctors remain teachable, maybe they ...


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‘Inefficient’ Does Not Mean ‘Waste of Time’

"One could say my Ph.D. in English and American literature has garnered me exactly nothing in terms of practical, worldly rewards …" ...


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