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Schooling Is Critical for Cognitive Health Throughout Life

Education provides little protection against the onset of cognitive declines but can boost cognitive skills. (August 10)

Your In-Laws’ History of Drinking Problems Could Lead to Alcohol Issues of Your Own

A new study finds marriage to a spouse who grew up exposed to parental alcohol misuse increases a person’s likelihood of developing a drinking problem. (August 20)

Examining Preferences for Suffixes and Prefixes Across Languages

Although speakers of English and other Western languages prefer using suffixes more than prefixes, a new study reveals that this preference is not as universal as once thought. (August 27)

Stemming the Spread of Misinformation on Social Media

A simple ‘‘nudge’’ encourages people to share more truthful COVID-19 content online. (July 2)

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