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For some, cruelty can be pleasurable, even exciting. New research suggests that this kind of everyday sadism is real and more common than we might think. ... More>
The Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street came into existence at roughly the same time, in the wake of the financial markets’ collapse, and each was an angry challenge to […]... More>
APS President Robert A. Bjork discusses common public misconceptions about individual differences in learning and memory. ... More>