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Should You Let Your Kid Date in Middle/High School? Science Gives a Surprising Answer

Young love can show you things about yourself you’ve never known. It can bring you to happiness and leave you in despair. It...

Study: Close Relationships Aren’t Necessarily Better

It makes sense, doesn’t it? The closer you are to someone, the better your relationship is. Intuitively, this makes perfect sense. But new...

Are Religious People More Charitable, Generous, and Altruistic than Atheists?

According to a Canadian study from 2008, religious people are “more helpful, honest and generous;” and an American study from last year found that...

Cooperating Online Gives Students Better Grades

Do you work well alone? Do other people get in your way or distract you from your studies? Are you more productive without...

How Many Teenage Daughters Are Meeting Strangers from the Internet Offline?

A new study has just come out which reveals something about the relationship between technology and our social lives. At no time in...

In-Laws Bring A Couple Together… or Tear Them Apart

A new study has shed some light on the influence in-laws can have on a relationship, and what kinds of dynamics are positive...

Does Drinking Make College/University Students Happier?

A study on the social life of binge drinkers in college was published a month ago, and it’s not a good sign for...

Religious or Non-Religious: Who is More Likely to Be a Good Samaritan?

Imagine that you’ve been asked to give a presentation for your school on the Parable of the Good Samaritan. You’ve researched it, prepared your...

Guns in America – Part 2: Gun Cultures and Foreign Solutions

In Part 1, we saw that many people are very dangerous with guns, including some who accidentally shoot themselves or others in the...

Faces in the Crowd – Kony 2012 and the Occupy Movement

Sometimes what you see is what you get. Other times, there’s more than meets the eye. I don’t want to talk so much...

Japanese Students’ Opinions Can Be Manipulated by Stranger’s Opinion (Study)

If I asked a straight-forward question about your opinion on a simple topic, you would likely be able to articulate you thoughts. Now...

Tsunami Survival Guide: Japanese Culture is Not Conducive to Staying Alive

If you have Japanese values, you shouldn’t expect to survive a devastating tsunami – let me explain. After Principal Michiko Kishima of Nobiru...

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