Topic: Educational psychology

Impostorism Impacts the Mental Health of Minority Students

April 5, 2017
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While perceived discrimination on college campuses compromises the self-esteem, well-being and mental health of ethnic minority students, new psychology research suggests the impostor phenomenon may worsen these effects.

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The danger of teaching children to be ‘colorblind’

March 30, 2016

In a recent episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” two doctors, one black and one white, have a conversation about racism. The white one is asking the black one for advice.

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How French Kids Learn Such Great Taste

Jan. 6, 2016

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to lose weight by dieting. The idea is that restricting the pleasures of tasty foods will lead to greater fitness and a finer physique.

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How French kids acquire a taste for life. And food.

Jan. 5, 2016

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to lose weight by dieting. The idea is that restricting the pleasures of tasty foods will lead to greater fitness and a finer physique.

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Pleasure is good: How French children acquire a taste for life

Jan. 4, 2016

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to lose weight by dieting. The idea is that restricting the pleasures of tasty foods will lead to greater fitness and a finer physique.

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