You are here

In the Journals

Beliefs about innate talent may dissuade students from STEM

Three young children solving multiplication problems on a chalkboard

By: David Miller 

This post originally appeared on The Conversation on June 9, 2015. It is reposted with permission.

“It’s OK – not everyone can do difficult math.”

How Fairness Leads to Waste (and One Way to Prevent It)

Image of woman holding blindfold over her eyes

By: Shoham Choshen-Hillel, Alex Shaw, and Eugene M. Caruso

Counterfactuals, Knowledge, and Blame

Image of young man crouching down with his hands on his heads with a crashed car behind him

By: Elizabeth Gilbert

Going along with the crowd: Why do we do it?

Image of younger men and women enjoying drinks together

By: Christopher N. Cascio, Christin Scholz & Emily B. Falk

How People Resist the Temptation to Cheat

Image of man and woman embracing, but man is extending one hand to hold a different woman's hand behind his lover's back

By: Whitney E. Petit

Pages