When we think of the problem of over-parenting, we often mistakenly link it to wealthy people. The problem is much more pervasive than that, says the psychologist?Madeline Levine, author of Teach Your Children Well: Parenting for Authentic Success.Read Full Article ??
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|March 22, 2013|
Why Experts Erred in Their Iraq War Predictions
Ross Pomeroy, RCSciWednesday marked the 10th anniversary of the invasion of Iraq. Regardless of one's opinion regarding the conflict, we all can benefit from looking back at the war and learning from its successes and failures. We owe this to... more ??
|March 21, 2013|
Daily Affirmations May Be a Bad Idea
Colin Weatherby, Fast CompanyDaily affirmations are at the core of the entire self-improvement industry, but new research says this popular leadership-training technique might actually be counterproductive. more ??
|March 20, 2013|
Psychology of Effective Workout Music
Ferris Jabr, Scientific American?I dare them to find the iPod on me,? Richie Sais told the New York Times in 2007, when he was preparing to run the Marine Corps Marathon. USA Track & Field, the national governing body for distance racing, had just decided... more ??
|March 14, 2013|
Schadenfreude Begins When You're a Baby
Shaunacy Ferro, PopSciHumans have a tendency to gravitate toward those that they share something with -- whether that's a common nationality, a shared love of a certain band or a favorite food. Yet babies don't just like individuals they have... more ??
|March 13, 2013|
Smaller Soda Sizes May Actually Work
Francie Diep, Popular Sciences we either celebrate or mourn the New York Supreme Court's striking down of the soda size limit in New York City, let's take a moment to look at the psychology of portion sizes, which is truly weird.An overwhelming number of... more ??