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Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Pain, Grit, and Quinoa

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Human resilience, an ancient monster, and Vladimir Putin

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.
Libby Adler with Julian Denver CO Jul 28, 1943 Libby and Julian Adler enjoying romantic times. Collection of The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford

The Urban-Rural Happiness Gradient

People with higher IQs may be happier in the city; they can adjust to the faster pace and more complex lifestyle there.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Crocodiles, Cult Killings, and the Anxious Industrial Age

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Bilinguals

Bilinguals Do It Better

Recent research by Katherine Kinzler adds to the plethora of evidence that bilinguals enjoy mental advantages.
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Suggested Readings: Violence, Viruses, and the Benefits of Chocolate

Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. Brought to you each Tuesday from the editors of JSTOR Daily.
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Rethinking College Admissions

It’s news to precisely no one that college admissions still favor the rich. A number of studies in recent years have explored the process.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: “Super-Predators,” the Smell of Danger, and Sugar Addiction

Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. Brought to you each Tuesday from the editors of JSTOR Daily.
Moral Outrage

The Importance of Being Outraged

Studies by psychologists, behavioral scientists, political theorists, and economists suggest that moral outrage has social benefits.
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Suggested Readings: Coding vs. Sexism, Twitter vs. ISIS, Biology vs. Chemistry

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Image taken from page 5 of 'Sense and Sensibility'

Jane Austen and Adaptation

In The Atlantic on Sunday, Devony Looser discussed the 20-year-old film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.
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Suggested Readings: Sex, Horses, and Gravitational Waves

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Hilary Clinton with Buddy

Hillary Clinton and Feminism

Hilary Clinton’s political career has long drawn the attention of scholars and pundits alike.
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Suggested Readings: Truckers, Stalkers, and Computers

Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. Brought to you each Tuesday from the editors of the JSTOR Daily
President George W. Bush on first National Day of Prayer and Remembrance

Civil Religion

The US has created its own "civil religion," a complex body of ambiguous public assertions of faith that obscure the varied, private beliefs of the populace.
Mattel's new line of Barbie dolls. Photo courtesy of Mattel

Representative Barbies

A weekly deep dive into the scholarship around a current news story. This week: Barbie.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Free trade, Peer Review, and Bloodletting

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Fear, Heartbreak, and Planet Nine

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Wire Room, Main Office, J. L. McLean & Co., 25 Broad Street, New York

Women at Work

From finance to law and the sciences, women at work find themselves changing their personalities and habits to fit in.
midlife crisis

The Midlife Crisis

Recent studies beg the question: Is the mid-life crisis universal or is it a phenomenon limited to a certain class and privilege level?
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Witches, Germs, and Lobbyists

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Rethinking Freud, Rewatching Movies, and Remodeling the Earth

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
Group of men and women photographed with their cameras, possibly in the Redcliffe area, 1910-1920.

Empathy and Imagery

Theories from psychology, education, philosophy, and sociology, show how complex and subconscious the feeling of empathy can be.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: School Stress, Juking the Stats, and Ninja Sharks

Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. Brought to you each Tuesday from the editors of JSTOR Daily.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: De-stressing, Divorce, and the False View of Abortion on TV

Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. Brought to you each Tuesday from the editors of JSTOR Daily.