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Who Teens Blame for Bullying

A recent Swedish study finds that teenagers put most of the blame for bullying behavior on the bully or the victim, and not on their peers or the school environment. Christie Nicholson reports...

November 13, 2010

Daydreaming Diminishes Happiness

People reported being happiest when engaged in what they were doing versus allowing their minds to wander. Karen Hopkin reports

November 11, 2010

Male Names Are Still Mentioned First

A recent study finds that despite our efforts for parity between the sexes, male names still come first when referring to a couple. Christie Nicholson reports

November 6, 2010

Babies on the Edge

When they learn to walk, toddlers must figure out their limitations all over again

November 4, 2010 — Mara Grunbaum

Recognizing Spatial Intelligence

Our schools, and our society, must do more to recognize spatial reasoning, a key kind of intelligence

November 2, 2010 — Gregory Park, David Lubinski and Camilla P. Benbow
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