Are We Living in a Culture Where Heroism is Celebrated?

Are there public figures willing to risk their reputations or brands to speak out against injustice?

Why Athletes Should Get Political

In what ways have sports and politics been connected?

This Is What Happens When Science Is Rejected

What are the connections between the recent weather catastrophes across the globe and the Trump administration's policies regarding science and climate change?

Why Aren’t We Teaching Our Students How to be Happy?

How can the empirical literature on happiness be used in our classrooms to help our students build skills to increase their own well-being?

What Can We Learn About Race From The Bachelorette?

With the first black bachelorette being cast on this season of The Bachelorette, how has the ABC franchise tackled the issue of race and dating?

Media Framing Effects

In light of a recent wave of acts of mass violence, it is timely to revisit scholarly work identifying when the media uses the term 'terrorism' and its potential effects.

Four Books to Change Your Life This Summer

A list of books that could be a catalyst for positive change and growth in your life this summer.

This is What Institutionalized Sexism Looks Like

How is women's access to affordable health care and services being impacted by the recent GOP plan?

All About Deepak

Are there ways to include mindfulness practices in our everyday lives?

What We Can Learn From "A Day Without a Woman"

What professional challenges do women still experience, and how can social resistance bring about change?

Are Dating Apps Ruining Your Love Life?

Is a love connection one swipe away?

First Generation Iranian American Speaks Out

What are the signs that a government is becoming authoritarian, and how can we resist measures as academics and civilians?

When Celebrity and Politics Collide

In what ways is politics fused with Hollywood?

The Link Between Women’s Rights and National Security

Gender equality plays a pivotal role in combating violence and extremism across the globe.

Why We Need Science Now More Than Ever

Facts are important, and uncovering truth remains a cornerstone of scientific inquiry. Is there a way that we can fuse the standards of science into our political discourse?

Why Saying No Can Be So Powerful for You

What may open up in your life when you start saying no?

The Psychology of Social Media

What does the empirical literature reveal regarding social media consumption?

When Politics and Rape Culture Collide

In what ways does the most recent scandal as the presidential election nears represent a collision between rape culture and politics?

Why Colin Kaepernick Is a Patriot

What is the difference between blind versus constructive patriotism, and how is that related to the latest NFL controversy?

The Dark Side to the 2016 Olympics

Behind the pageantry, what are some of the hidden aspects to the Olympic games, and how do they trace back to the Nazi regime?

The Woman Who Brought Down Roger Ailes

Institutional sexism is put in the spotlight with the sexual harassment scandal surrounding Fox News CEO Roger Ailes.

Revisiting Harry Harlow’s Legacy: Cruelty Towards Monkeys

Iconic figures in psychology need to be more critically scrutinized when their research violates basic principles of ethics and morality. Harry Harlow is put under the spotlight.

Study Demonstrates Racial Disparity in Police Force

The science supports the arguments in favor of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Battle of the Letters on Social Media

Rape culture is once again in the spotlight as a rape survivor and the father of the rapist voice testimonials via social media.

How Wide Is the Generation Gap Between Students and Teachers

Are there significant differences between the skills that the younger generations are developing versus the ones the rest of us acquired growing up?

Profile of a Mass Shooter: The Domestic Violence Link

An often dismissed link occurs between mass shootings and violent acts against women. Domestic violence is a legitimate risk factor for perpetrators of mass shootings.

Facebook Free: Aftermath

Are there benefits from taking a break from social media?

The Panama Papers: Investigative Reporting at Its Best

Corporate media is ratings driven, which conflicts with the ambitions of high quality journalism. The recent Panama Papers spotlights the significance of investigative reporting.

The 30-Day (Facebook) Diet

What are the perils of being constantly connected in a digital culture? Can we take a step back as consumers and decide to digitally unplug?

Revisiting the Placebo Effect

What do placebo effects reveal about the mind-body connection? Do our bodies have the capacity to self-heal?

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