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Anxious Generation by Jonathan Haidt

From the author of The Coddling of the American Mind, The Righteous Mind, and The…



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Insight into a Bright Mind by Nicole Tetreault

Insight into a Bright Mind: A Neuroscientist’s Personal Stories of Unique Thinking is a profoundly…



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The Neuroscience of You by Chantel Prat

What a blast! Despite diving into countless neuroscience introductions, this journey felt uniquely enjoyable, resonating…



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Evolutionary Intelligence by Russell Neuman

I have recently been reviewing human-technology interactions with a team at Brookings, and it is…



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Get It Done by Ayelet Fishbach

Over the last few months, I have been working with a student who is retaking…



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Bright Kids Who Couldn’t Care Less by Ellen Braaten

In Bright Kids Who Couldn’t Care Less: How to Rekindle Your Child’s Motivation, Ellen Braaten…



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Attention Span by Gloria Mark

In our world we now spend over 10 hours a day in front of screens;…



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Classroom Cognition Explained, or, Dual Coding Just Right

The Good News: research into cognitive science can be SPECTACULARLY USEFUL to teachers. (That’s why…



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The Whole Toolbox in One (Free) Download

If you want to learn more about improving teaching with psychology research, I’ve got good…



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The New Science of Learning by Todd Zakrajsek

In the ever-evolving realm of educational literature this is quickly becoming a classic. The New…



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