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Andrew Baron discusses his research and work in collaboration with Toni Schmader on how children learn cultural stereotypes from infancy through adolescence. Airing on CBC The National on Jan. 2nd.
Studies in the Living Lab at Science World speak to children's developing cultural intelligence. Andrew Baron discusses his research and work in collaboration with Toni Schmader on how children learn cultural stereotypes from infancy through adolescence.

WEB URL: http://www.cbc.ca/thenational/
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Date Updated: 12/20/12
Date Posted: 12/20/12

Jessica Tracy, Alan Kingstone, Joe Henrich, and Joey Cheng, PhD candidate in UBC Public Affairs: For power and status, dominance and skill trump likability.
Jessica Tracy, Alan Kingstone, Joe Henrich, and Joey Cheng, PhD candidate in UBC Public Affairs: For power and status, dominance and skill trump likability.

WEB URL: http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/2012/12/19/for-power-and-status-dominance-a
nd-skill-trump-likability/

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Date Posted: 12/19/12

Ara Norenzayan in Psychology Today: Why religion is natural and science is not.
Ara Norenzayan in Psychology Today: Why religion is natural and science is not. A naturalist examines the cognitive and cultural foundations of religion, science, and more.

WEB URL: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/why-religion-is-natural-and-science-is-
not/201212/sex-and-religiosity

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Date Updated: 12/19/12
Date Posted: 12/19/12

Sheila Woody in Psychology Today: Those everyday obsessions and how to make them go away. Clear your mind of mental clutter with 4 simple stress management techniques.
Sheila Woody in Psychology Today: Those everyday obsessions and how to make them go away. Clear your mind of mental clutter with 4 simple stress management techniques.

WEB URL: http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/fulfillment-any-age/201212/those-everyd
ay-obsessions-and-how-make-them-go-away

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Date Posted: 12/19/12

Andrew Baron on Canada Foundation for Innovation: The Living Lab at Science World has conducted experiments with 18,000 kids investigating how children form biases and prejudices.
Andrew Baron on Canada Foundation for Innovation: The Living Lab at Science World has conducted experiments with 18,000 kids investigating how children form biases and prejudices.

WEB URL: http://www.innovation.ca/en/ResearchInAction/ImpactStory/Studyinghumanbias
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Date Posted: 12/18/12

Lynn Alden is invited to address the Social Anxiety conference sponsored by the Israeli Science Foundation and Hebrew University. The title of her talk is “Social Anxiety Disorder and Social Relationships.”


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Date Posted: 12/13/12

Joe Henrich was invited to speak for the Human Evolutionary Biology Colloquium Series at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA on Dec. 10th. The title of his talk was "How culture drove human evolution".

WEB URL: http://mbb.harvard.edu/resources/calendar.php
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Date Posted: 12/12/12

Liisa Galea was invited to speak at the Chan Centre for Family Health Education on Nov. 22nd. The title of her talk was "Lasting impact of stress during development: Sex differences in HPA axis, neuroplasticity, and behavior".

WEB URL: http://www.cfri-training.ca/research-programs/events/event-detail?id=109a9d
85-8c72-418e-87f8-6e9a6ac0f57e&dt=634891896030000000

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Date Updated: 12/12/12
Date Posted: 12/12/12

Ara Norenzayan, Joe Henrich, and Steve Heine in UBC Public Affairs: From Human Sacrifice to Santa Claus: The cultural evolution of religious beliefs.
Ara Norenzayan, Joe Henrich, and Steve Heine in UBC Public Affairs: From Human Sacrifice to Santa Claus: The cultural evolution of religious beliefs.

WEB URL: http://www.publicaffairs.ubc.ca/2012/12/05/from-human-sacrifice-to-santa-cl
aus-the-cultural-evolution-of-religious-beliefs/

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Date Posted: 12/12/12

Arthur Reber and Rhiannon Allen in All Point Bulletin: Rewriting the rules of retirement, and the Point is better off for it.
Arthur Reber and Rhiannon Allen in All Point Bulletin: Rewriting the rules of retirement, and the Point is better off for it.

WEB URL: http://www.allpointbulletin.com/news/article.exm/2012-11-30_people_of_the_p
oint

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Date Updated: 12/07/12
Date Posted: 12/07/12

Jessica Tracy and Daniel Randles, PhD candidate in The Huffington Post: Feelings of shame do not appear to promote sobriety or protect against future problematic drinking.
Jessica Tracy and Daniel Randles, PhD candidate in The Huffington Post: Feelings of shame do not appear to promote sobriety or protect against future problematic drinking.

WEB URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/wray-herbert/the-shame-of-the-alcoholic_b_216
6182.html

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Date Posted: 12/04/12

Catherine Rawn in The Vancouver Sun: Speed versus cost on the Port Mann. Drivers may act on gut reactions avoiding the tolled Port Mann.
Catherine Rawn in The Vancouver Sun: Speed versus cost on the Port Mann. Drivers may act on gut reactions avoiding the tolled Port Mann.

WEB URL: http://www.vancouversun.com/news/metro/Speed+versus+cost+Port+Mann/7605641/
story.html

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Date Updated: 12/04/12
Date Posted: 12/04/12

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