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Is Social Media Making Your Patients Unhappy?

Is Social Media Making Your Patients Unhappy?

November 11, 2020Leah Kuntz Have you chatted recently with your patients about their social media use? This study shows how and why it is important. A recent study1 determined everyday usage of social media adversely affects a person’s well-being. Researchers examined if social media impacts 3 components of subjective well-being—positive affect, negative affect, and life satisfaction—and found […]

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Black Students Are Increasingly Interested in Philosophy

Black Students Are Increasingly Interested in Philosophy

Black Students Are Increasingly Interested in Philosophybut Still Underrepresented among Graduating Majors(and Other Data on Race and the Philosophy Major) by Eric Schwitzgebel, Morgan Thompson, and Eric WinsbergOctober 22, 2020 Earlier this year, with the help of a grant from the APA, we obtained data from the Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) on intention to major in […]

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Bolivia Splits Wide Open Polarization of Latin America

Bolivia Splits Wide Open Polarization of Latin America

by Yasmeen Rasidi, Citizen TruthNovember 19, 2019 The left and right-wing struggle in Bolivia to hold onto power after the forced resignation of Bolivia’s longtime socialist leader Evo Morales reflects the growing divide across Latin America. The recent forced resignation of Bolivian President Evo Morales has opened wide the ideological split currently dividing Latin American […]

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