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Wired For Compassion? 150 150 Nicole

Wired For Compassion?

Are we wired to be compassionate? Research in the area of cognitive and social neuroscience seems to suggest exactly that. Specialists at the University of Chicago found that moral reasoning begins well before social conditioning and education has had opportunity to shape a young person. Infants as young as six months show preferential attention to…

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Am I Stuck? 150 150 Nicole

Am I Stuck?

When culture gets stuck Classical music wasn’t always ‘classical’. Once something makes its way to the mass market, the mass market doesn’t want it to change. And once it moves from that big hump in the middle of the market to become a classic, the market doesn’t just want it to not change, they insist.  If you…

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Knowing or Doing—the more intelligent? 150 150 Nicole

Knowing or Doing—the more intelligent?

Uta Sassenberg and her colleagues at Germany’s Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Potsdam University researched a link between using hand gestures and intelligence. They found that those among the 11th-graders they observed who used hand gestures while explaining a visual analogy pertaining to chessboard-like patterns, also scored higher on fluid intelligence—“the type of intelligence that is responsible for…

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