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During the last two decades, scientists have gained a new, far more accurate view of human nature and behavior change because of the integration of psychology (the study of the human mind and human behavior) and neuroscience (the study of … Continue reading
If you want people to change the current system, or status quo, first you have to get them to notice what’s wrong with it. “Take America’s educational system. You could find some flaws in that system,” says India Johnson, a … Continue reading