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Entrepreneurs benefit more from emotional intelligence than other competencies, such as IQPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 hourssaveRefWorks
Is there a link between cashless payments and unhealthy consumption?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 hourssaveRefWorks
Study: Sudden police layoffs in one US city associated with increases in crimePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences4 hourssaveRefWorks
The Government Donald Trump Left BehindProPublica17 hourssaveRefWorks
Measures used to reduce the spread of COVID found to reduce contacts 50-62 percent in school childrenPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences22 hourssaveRefWorks
Researchers seek higher living quality in high-density housingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Black parents protect children's privacy through home schooling, research showsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Domestic violence soars after natural disasters—prevention needs to be part of the emergency responsePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Pace of prehistoric human innovation could be revealed by 'linguistic thermometer'PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Holocaust Remembrance Day: COVID-19 changed how we rememberPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
How the CARES Act Forgot America’s Most Vulnerable HospitalsProPublica1 daysaveRefWorks
New research: Monitoring online posts by consumers could help improve food safetyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Spike in use of online communication apps could be driven by isolation during COVID-19PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Fighting racial inequity by funding Black scientistsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Experiments show people with contrasting views more respected if they use personal experiences rather than factsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Feeling relatively poor increases support for women in the workplacePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Study finds overidentification skews online job reviewsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Women's health is better when women have more control in their societyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
The high cost of online attacks against womenPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Why COVID-19 won't kill citiesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Study shows people are influenced more by fact-checks after they read news headlines, not beforePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Absence of supporters during football matches associated with fewer altercations on pitchPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Analysis details racial inequity and corrective strategies in research grant fundingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
ISIS and the Taliban use different strategies to appeal to women in English-language magazinesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Few indications that the new media landscape leads to increasing polarization in societyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Women mentoring men could help solve workplace gender bias, inequalityPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Social media bans, restrictions have mixed impact on potential misinformation following Capitol riotPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Yes, customers do like it when waiters and hairdressers wear a mask– especially if it's blackPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
COVID lockdowns drove older Australians into energy povertyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Popular federal supply-side rental subsidy does little to prevent evictions of working-age adults, new study showsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
Sports may fast-track numeracy skills for Indigenous childrenPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
The Climate Crisis Is Worse Than You Can Imagine. Here’s What Happens If You Try.ProPublica3 dayssaveRefWorks
“We’ve Let the Worst Happen”: Reflecting on 400,000 DeadProPublica5 dayssaveRefWorks
Research shows preference for male children is declining in BangladeshPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences5 dayssaveRefWorks
The influence and importance of languagePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Navigating uncertainty: Why we need decision theory during a pandemicPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
The Unfinished Business of Flint’s Water CrisisProPublica6 dayssaveRefWorks
Global Right-Wing Extremism Networks Are Growing. The U.S. Is Just Now Catching Up.ProPublica6 dayssaveRefWorks
All a Gig-Economy Pioneer Had to Do Was“Politely Disagree” It Was Violating Federal Law and the Labor Department Walked AwayProPublica6 dayssaveRefWorks
Rethink immigration policy for STEM doctoratesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
When football clubs are less successful, fans are more loyal to each otherPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Lockdown 3: Stricter rules could lead to more vulnerable people going missingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Conflict and environment: Building sustainable democraciesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
What happens in communities during large-scale quarantinesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Americans want government to address COVID-19 above all else, survey findsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Men shared more equally in housework early in pandemic, study revealsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
How clicks on a job platform can reveal biasPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
How Many Vaccine Shots Go to Waste? Several States Aren’t Counting.ProPublica7 dayssaveRefWorks
Still Can’t BreatheProPublica7 dayssaveRefWorks
Biden Inaugural Confronts the Jan. 6 Riot Head-On, Calls for an End to“This Uncivil War”ProPublica7 dayssaveRefWorks
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