A group of Mexican American college students watched stigmatizing news clips that reinforced negative stereotypes. Here's how that affected their brains.
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Survey results suggest there's no one way to bring justice after online harassment. Our current approach isn't working, say the researchers.
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Observing mothers with substance use disorders and their children suggests some of the triggers for harsh parenting.
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A new study uses test score data to link racial disparities in school discipline to the achievement gap between black and white students.
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When we're in a group meant to decide about punishment, such as a jury, other people can have a major effect on our thinking.
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"It's sad, but the good news is there's a simple intervention—don't give report cards on Friday."
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