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Psychology

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  • 22
    Mar

    2021

    The Social Value of Zoos

    Zoos and aquariums are popular public attractions, but what kinds of learning happen there? Can that learning translate into action for conservation? Zoos and aquariums across the world have contributed...

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  • 10
    Mar

    2021

    Power, Democracy and Trumpism

    What we are seeing Too much has been written about recent politics in the United States. As a result, there are wide and often contradictory views about how we should understand what has been going...

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  • 17
    Feb

    2021

    Protect Yourself by Using These Seven Powerful...

    Worldwide, we are becoming more tribal in our thinking, but we define our tribes differently than we did in the past. In the 21st century, we define our tribes in terms of shared beliefs rather than through...

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  • 27
    Jan

    2021

    The Study of Living Control Systems: A Guide to...

    How should we go about trying to understand the behavior of people and other living organisms? One way is to look for its causes. This is the approach taken by most scientific psychologists and is the...

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  • 25
    Jan

    2021

    Neoliberalism in the Guise of Humanism and...

    This book is part of a critical educational psychology commitment to engage in ideological, cultural, political, and philosophical discussions about the application of psychology in and outside of schools....

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  • 18
    Jan

    2021

    A chess game

    Emili is an amateur chess player. Occasionally, he plays chess in international opens, which for diverse reasons are enticing for both local non-professional club players and professional players from...

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  • 14
    Dec

    2020

    How Framing Effects Can Be Your Friend

    It’s a robust finding that people react differently to meat depending on how it is labeled. In well-known experiments subjects rated ground beef that was 25% lean as both higher quality and significantly...

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  • 26
    Nov

    2020

    Wounded Healers as Agents of Change

    Who could have predicted so many “unprecedented” catastrophes would descend upon us in just one year? On top of the seemingly never-ending wars and recurrent natural disasters, we have been ambushed...

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