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A survey of 27,500 mothers and fathers shows that parents in emerging economies spend the most time assisting their children.
Educational attainment is increasing around the world, redefining the qualifications available.
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Creativity and business acumen have to go hand in hand.
New data from Reuters shows that KU Leuven is at the top for the third year running.
Friendships at work can be highly beneficial, but they're not uniformly positive.
Recent data shows that people in more racially diverse communities are more willing to help others.
A large new study shows we're a long way from parity.
Leonard Mlodinow, a theoretical physicist, has a theory about a uniquely human way of thinking.
Almost 1,200 students currently take the class that looks at the science behind finding happiness.
It's an emotional decision that leads us to ignore information we don't agree with.