Laughter- Is it Really the Best Medicine?
Laughter has been long been cited as a key to good health. In fact, the King James Bible, dating back to 1611, reads, “A merry heart does good like a medicine, but a broken spirit [...]
The Psychology of the Humblebrag
We’ve all heard someone use a humblebrag at least once in our lives. An acquaintance might say they’re stressed because they have too many business offers. Or, maybe a friend says it’s annoying how many [...]
What Role Can Smart Technology Play in Helping a Frustrated User?
From connected cars with crash prevention sensors to internet-connected appliances in our homes, smart technology is increasingly becoming a part of our lives and changing how we interact with the world on a day-to-day basis. [...]
To Raise Honest Kids, Follow These Tips
Studies show an overwhelming majority of parents believe it’s important to raise honest kids. Moreover, these parents believe they have a responsibility to teach their children to value honesty and integrity. However, teaching children to [...]
Reading Recommendations: 5 Behavioral Economics Books
Every year is a good year to be aware of your financial behavior, but in 2017 our need for a more self-aware and enlightened citizenry somehow seems more urgent. If you’re looking for something new [...]
David Kinnear: The Debate Over Charter Schools
This month, new leaders and policymakers will begin taking office in Washington. Many of them have pledged to tackle what is perhaps the most contentious issue in education right now: school choice. The question of [...]