Part II of this series explores how media and social media work with negativity bias in the brain to further debilitate our children’s ability to function safely in the world.
Why we are developing listening habits that can interfere with our happiness.
If political reconciliation requires seeing the world from the perspective of those with whom we disagree profoundly, is there any hope?
How to use your privilege to move toward action
We are offloading our responsibilities as citizens and parents by expecting social platforms to identify and remove misinformation or inciting and abusive content. Here’s why.
At the peak of a pandemic, we are acutely aware of the body’s immune response to disease. Something similar is occurring in the political response to the Capitol insurrection.
Self(ie) Stalking: a new social media practice?
Many people have partners infatuated with celebrities. But can unrealistic crushes harm real relationships?
Don’t count on social media to police information for you – the best arbiter of truth is your own capacity to understand that baloney, no matter how you slice it, is still baloney!
When you meet someone new, what do they remember about you? Research reveals how to be remembered fondly.