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Motivated Reasoning, Cognitive Dualism, and Scientific Curiosity

This post is based on a Feature Article by Dan Jones titled “Seeing reason:  How to change minds in a ‘post-fact’ world, in the December 3, 2016 issue of the New Scientist.   1,230 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data

Dichotomy of American and Israeli Jews

Twin Portraits From Pew Research Center Surveys

By Pew Research Center
September 27, 2016

“In many respects, Israel is a red state, and American Jews are a blue country.”

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From the Editor's Desk: U.S. Lacks Paid Maternity, Paternity Leave

Originally published in Issue 6, Fifty-First Year of The Minstrel (November 17, 2016). Click here to view the entire issue. 

As I contemplate my life after graduation, which seems to be an everyday occurrence, I often wonder about my future family. 546 more words


3 PR Lessons (For Better or Worse) From Donald Trump's Campaign

If you’re like me, the best news about this election season is that it’s finally over. Donald Trump became the next president-elect in a race most news outlets believed heavily favored Hillary Clinton. 502 more words

Public Relations

Should your Nonprofit Be on Instagram?

Instagram has become an effective outlet for many nonprofits, including UN Foundation, To Write Love on Her Arms, and the ASPCA. But many nonprofits have struggled with the platform, finding little success in their hard work. 710 more words


From Empty Nest to Full House… Multigenerational Families Are Back!

Quick take-away…

Multigenerational households are making a comeback. While it is a shift from the more common nuclear home, these households might be the answer that many families are looking for as home prices continue to rise in response to a lack of housing inventory. 382 more words

Housing Economics

Nearly a Quarter of Americans Earn Money From Digital Platforms

Nearly one quarter of Americans earned money from the digital platform economy in the last year — giving rides, delivering merchandise, renting out their homes, and performing other tasks, according to a Pew Research Center… 240 more words