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 Slater via Mother Jones.
Linking causes. New study finds trust is a key motivator in movement participation. From American Sociology Association via Science Daily.
Neuroethics. Scientific advances in brain technologies come with ethical questions. From Andrew Maynard via The Conversation.
Sexism in society. Journalist, Peter Beinart, evaluates why some fear women in positions of power. From Peter Beinart via The Atlantic.
Affective forecasts. Personal prejudice directly affects how empathetic we are towards others. From Association for Psychological Science via Psy Post.
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