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Agreeable People Are More Successful at Work

Agreeable people are more likely to succeed at work than their aggressive peers. Find out why two studies show that nice guys don’t finish last after all. (3:30 min read)

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Back to School in the Pandemic Period

It’s time for parents to prepare their children to go back to school. Find out why getting back to class this year feels very different across the globe. (5:30 min read)

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Bat Woman On Pandemic, China and White House

Bat Woman” is the affectionate nickname China’s people use for their top bat virus expert. Find out why she spoke out this week. (5:00 min read)

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Friendly People Ensured Human Survival

Friendly people are often dismissed as being too kind for their own good. The truth is that they’ve been vital to human success. Find out why. (4:30 min read)

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Neuromyths: No, You Don’t Have a Learning Style!

Neuromyths are unfounded rumours about how our brains work. Find out why this means you’re not a visual, verbal or tactile learner. (5:30 min read)

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Social Media Distancing: Flattening the Infodemic Curve

Social media distancing might be another habit we all need to learn. Find out why we tend to spread misinformation and what we can do all do about it. (5:00 min read)

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Protection Crisis: COVID-19 More than Health Pandemic

“Protection crisis” was the catchphrase at the UN Security Council last Thursday. Find out what the issues were in the debate about pandemic security. (5:00 min read)

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Profile Painting Study Connects Culture with Cognition

Profile paintings changed as our ways of thinking shifted over time. Find out how that helps explain the link between our culture and our cognition. (5:00 min read)

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Attacks Against Journalists: America’s Free Press?

Attacks against journalists were the subject of an open letter from Reporters Sans Frontiers. Find out why their statement singled out the United States. (5:00 min read)