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Shift In Gay Marriage Support Mirrors A Changing America

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What Is The Effect Of Asking Americans To Think About The Greater Good?

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Deciphering Hidden Biases During Interviews

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Your Child's Fat, Mine's Fine: Rose-Colored Glasses And The Obesity Epidemic

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Does Having Children Make You Happier?

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Is The Call For Universal Pre-Kindergarten Warranted?

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Building your own stuff boosts your feelings of pride and competence, and also signals to others that you are competent. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Why You Love That Ikea Table, Even If It's Crooked

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When times are tough, that prehistoric urge to splurge on high-calorie treats like M&Ms still kicks in. Daniel M.N. Turner/NPR hide caption

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When Crime Pays: Prison Can Teach Some To Be Better Criminals

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Hard To Identify Many Mass Murders As Mentally Ill Beforehand

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Top schools like Harvard, seen here in 2000, often offer scholarships and other financial incentives, but they are finding it hard to increase the socioeconomic diversity on campus. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Elite Colleges Struggle To Recruit Smart, Low-Income Kids

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George Zimmerman (left) and his attorney appear in court for a bond hearing in June. Zimmerman's case sparked a nationwide debate about so-called "stand your ground" laws. Joe Burbank/AP hide caption

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'Stand Your Ground' Linked To Increase In Homicides

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Posting a picture like this on the fridge might seem like good motivation for weight loss. But scientists say it might instead inspire weight gain. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Can Skinny Models Undermine Your Dieting Goals?

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Why Charities Need To Consider Donors' Politics

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Why Some Kids Have An Inflated Sense Of Their Science Skills

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