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The history of IQ

An 11-year-old Harvard undergrad inspired the ubiquitous saying “early ripe, early ruin”.

What men can learn from women on the sports field

Different gender traits could make the difference between winning and losing on the sports field and in the workplace.

Anger Series: Kids and anger – let’s get them while they’re young

This is the second article in the anger series, followed closely by a third article: Children and violent behaviour – what does self-esteem have to do with it?

The Anger series: Taking a long hard look at anger (and violence)

We are living in a parallel universe. On the one hand it seems there is (perhaps) some sense of order in the world as we go about our business.

Killer ratings: our obsession with true crime TV series

Are TV audiences evolving into bloodthirsty voyeurs, desperate for more true tales of violence and crime? Or are other factors propelling the true crime genre up the popularity charts?

The child-free life and its unexpected dilemmas

Deciding to not reproduce triggers complex and conflicting emotions.