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Leading questions are discouraged in the courtroom, but they may be the best method for getting children to disclose discomforting information, says James McKeen Cattell Fellow Gail S. Goodman. ... More>
Bipartisan agreements have become a rarity. But psychological scientists have developed methods that could help policymakers break through political gridlock. ... More>
Guest columnist E. Gordon Gee, President of The Ohio State University calls for a broad approach to funding higher education. ... More>