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The Huffington Post: Lately I’ve caught myself using language I’m not proud of. Specifically, a four-letter word that, when I hear someone else say it, makes me cringe and think to myself, “Really? Is that all you’ve got?” The word is…busy. When someone asks, “Hey how’re you doing?” my response is...
New York Magazine: In most cases, it’s pretty easy to know who your work friends are: the people you goof off with on Slack, or vent to when a colleague does something annoying, or naturally gravitate toward during the office happy hours. There’s no easy strategy, though, for figuring out who your...
The Chronicle of Higher Education: It has been a 40-year labor: Regulatory systems are not easy to undo. Nevertheless, in January the federal government opened the door for universities to deregulate vast portions of research in the social sciences, law, and the humanities. This long-sought and...
Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: Estimating Parallel Processing in a Language Task Using Single-Trial Intracerebral Electroencephalography A.-Sophie Dubarry, Anais Llorens, Agnès Trébuchon, Romain Carron, Catherine Liégeois-Chauvel, Christian-G. Bénar, and F.-...

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