Prince Harry was right to talk about his mental health, but the media’s obsession with ‘stigma’ isn’t helpful | The Independent http://ow.ly/2UrO30b2hxf
The Milgram (1962) experiment tested people’s willingness to deliverer electric shocks to another person when encouraged by an experimenter. While no shocks were actually delivered in any of the experiments, the participants believed them to be real. Read more.
The title is direct, “Would you deliver an electric shock in 2015?” and the answer, according to the results of this replication study, is yes. Social psychologists from SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Poland replicated a modern version of the Milgram experiment and found results similar to studies conducted 50 years earlier.
Group tolerance linked to perceptions of fairness and harm — ScienceDaily http://ow.ly/Ewd4309HJEU
More social connection online tied to increasing feelings of isolation — ScienceDaily http://ow.ly/YYZJ309FlX1
Why the most successful students have no passion for school | Aeon Ideas http://ow.ly/ZF27309COCQ