In this week’s #GeekReads: diversifying books; trusting others; new brain technologies; deviating from gender roles; predicting feelings. Multicultural characters. Author, Dashka Slater, examines the lack of color and diversity in children’s literature. From Dashka […]
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In this week’s #GeekReads: partisan media; reading the Constitution; the ideal affect; power of the mind; understanding our social brains. Spreading disinformation. A recent study suggests that partisan media outlets encourage us to disregard […]
In this week’s #GeekReads: opening up conversations about race; connections between emotional, mental and physical health; contagious generosity; brain systems that contribute to empathy; operating on instinct. Open conversation. Psychologists Keith B. Maddox and Heather L. Urry […]
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