A team of researchers at the University of Washington’s Center for an Informed Public has found social media platform managers could dramatically reduce the spread of misinformation on their sites by combining just a few […]
A study exploring loneliness and solitude during lockdown highlights how different people experienced social restrictions as either “hell or bliss.”This article was originally published on this website.
In 2022, a Portland State University Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) team made headlines with their strategies to improve safety for houseless pedestrians. Cities across the U.S. are facing alarming increases in traffic […]
New research has found for the first time that theater productions can help to promote healthier body image in young children.This article was originally published on this website.
New research led by Western Sydney University has found that perceptions of major and minor chords and melodies—what Western culture commonly thinks of as “happy music” and “sad music”—may not be universal and is likely […]
Advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence have sparked interest from governments that would like to use these tools for predictive policing to deter crime. Early efforts at crime prediction have been controversial, however, because […]
Music performance is enhanced when musicians concentrate on the sounds they make, not on the movements of their fingers, according to a study led by researchers at the University of St Andrews.This article was originally […]
Violence against women increased to record levels around the world following lockdowns to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The United Nations called the situation a “shadow pandemic” in a 2021 report about domestic […]
Dismantling inequality in U.S. educational systems requires ongoing, active, intentional participation in anti-racist practices by not only teachers but also school counselors, according to a College of Education faculty member.This article was originally published on […]