Despite the tremendous financial, social, and other systematic obstacles in his way, Jaime made it through college and earned his degree. How?
ByHarvard Business Review
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Students at community college face unique challenges but, too often, are less supported. New research suggests that behavioral science can narrow the gap.
My mother has opinions. Lots of them. Strong ones. These beliefs are decreed with the force of gospel to all comers.
We all might be a bit better off by learning to say “I disagree with myself” every now and then.
To date, researchers have primarily focused on discrimination as a binary outcome: It happened or it did not. But customer service is complex and nuanced.
Too many people think evolution demeans our species. But maybe evolutionary theory indicates the opposite: our special place among life on Earth.
If there is one consistent yet underappreciated principle for making good hires, it’s that process beats technology.
Is Facebook responsible for what people think and feel about politics?