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In the News

Sex and Gender Memo by Trump Administration Is Wrong on All Counts, Say Experts via KQED

The Problem With "Type A" Personalities via BBC Capital

How Rants On Social Media Can Come Back To Haunt You via EurekAlert

8 Lessons From Psychology that Explain Trump’s Caravan Fearmongering via Vox

Drag Queen Story Time Raises Questions of Science Behind Children Being 'Indoctrinated' via The Vermilion

The Social Power of the 'I voted' Sticker via Fox 5 News

The Upside of Feeling Bad via The New York Times

Is It Normal To Become More Like Your Significant Other Over Time? A Study Says It Depends via Elite Daily

How Verbal Fillers Could Be Harming Your Career Prospects via Silicon Republic

How That Viral Video of a White House Reporter Messes With Your Mind via Time

 

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