Psychologist Heidi Grant Halvorson delves into the brain to identify how prejudices and stereotypes are developed.
Want to build a stronger brand? The first thing you need to do is win over your customers. Embrace consumer empathy now and be rewarded later.
Is the time we experience in our day-to-day lives real? Theoretical physicist Brian Greene explores the potential particles of time and why we could, in theory, travel forward in time but not back.
Laura Kipnis, a professor at Northwestern University, has been brought up on Title IX charges that appear to infringe on her First Amendment rights. She published an account of her experience yesterday.
Where previous iterations of wearable technology have relied on gaudiness, Google's new smart fabric comes with an understanding that innovation doesn't always need to be flashy.
The word “rational” needs to be rescued. Tom Stoppard’s new play shows that a major rational parable, the Prisoner's Dilemma, is widely misinterpreted. Seeing why "rationalists" do worse than Christians can...
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According to History Pics, everything in this 1991 RadioShack ad now exists in our smart phones. Check out the ad yourself and ask, "Is there an app for that?" Chances are, today -- yes.
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