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Denise D. Cummins is a research psychologist, an Elected Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science, and the author of Good Thinking: Seven Powerful Ideas That Influence the Way We Think. More about her can be found at denisecummins.com.
American workers need to work fewer—not more—hours to increase productivity at work and at home.
A male software engineer’s 10-page manifesto against Google’s diversity initiatives has gone viral inside the company. Here's what he gets wrong.
The most frequently cited culprits implicated in declining student resilience are "helicopter parenting" and an overly regimented K-12 education system. Yet feedback from parents and students tell a very different story — one in which the economy plays a starring…
Two decades of scientific investigations suggest a nuanced answer.
It’s time we acknowledge that working parents have two jobs — the one at work and the one at home — and both are equally important to our economy.
What do Oprah Winfrey and Warren Buffett have in common? They are both calculated risk takers.
The payoff for a college degree is much less for those who grew up poor than for those who did not.
The annals of history show that even if one is talented enough to create enormous wealth, monopolizing that wealth for oneself is a dangerous course of action.
The core of Ayn Rand's philosophy is that unfettered self-interest is good and altruism is destructive. So what if we indeed allowed ourselves to be blinded to all but our own self-interest?…
Why do the vast majority of Americans believe in equality for women in the workplace and the home, yet refuse to call themselves "feminists"?…
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