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Feeding the Five Thousand – or was it Three? Researchers Claim Most Crowd Estimations Are Unreliable
The public should view crowd estimation with scepticism, say the authors of a study in Significance.
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“A brilliant defense of the reasonableness of Christian belief, against its modern detractors. Written beautifully and clearly, this is modern Christian thought at its best.” Keith Ward, University of Oxford
New study from the Journal of Marriage and Family Sheds on Relationship Between Marriage and Welfare
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New Book Breaks Down the Public Discourse Surrounding Political Correctness
Recent Article from the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies Questions Validity of Chamber Survey
A Violent Childhood Affects Adult, Romantic Relationship Dynamics
It is a truth (somewhat) universally acknowledged that globalization has given us the most remarkable sixty years of economic growth in world history. It is a process that has lifted hundreds of millions worldwide out of extreme poverty, and has helped raise life expectancy and literacy rates.
For centuries, the major powers of the West were seduced by the allure of the countries of “the Far East”. Spices, textile, silk and tea were the staples of East-West trade. But competition between Western traders eventually led to military intervention and the establishment of colonial empires. These actions have shaped the history of Asia, leaving behind a legacy that continues to influence and shape this region today.
Parental Depression Linked to Lack of Social and Community Support
Who are China’s Leaders? How do they think? What does it mean for the future? These are the questions of the moment as New China celebrates its 60th anniversary, because China impacts everyone—an economic superpower competing in every arena of human endeavor. But China’s astonishing transformation comes with challenges and contradictions. Is there a looming “China Threat?” Or an emerging “China Model?”
Consumers take control of their personal data
Scientists combine model-based cognitive problem-solving with creativity
New family care model alleviates burden on families
Cheating in School: What We Know and What We Can Do addresses concerns in cheating prevention
Handwriting tool could help law enforcement gather more reliable lie detection results
Unfairly treated employees experience emotional upheaval and exhaustian, study finds
PTSD linked with suicidal thoughts in veterans
New research from the Journal of Marriage and Family shows that children born outside of marriage are less likely to be visited by their father when the mother is involved in a new romantic relationship.