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October 18, 2018
Why is the bystander effect so prevalent? In today's Academic Minute, part of Amherst College Week, Catherine Sanderson explains how it all starts in the deep within the brain.

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October 9, 2018
Stress can make a law enforcement officer’s brain function worse at precisely the wrong moments. In today's Academic Minute, part of Timely Topics Week, Georgia Southern University's Richard Cleveland explores how mindfulness can help bring the world back into focus during stressful situations.
October 8, 2018
The immigration debate goes beyond the headlines. In today's Academic Minute, part of Timely Topics Week, the University of Maryland-Baltimore County's Amy Bhatt explores another side of the story.
October 5, 2018
What is the best to improve neighborhood safety? In today's Academic Minute, the University of Michigan's Marc Zimmerman looks into the busy streets theory.
October 3, 2018
Consumerism is at the heart of our economy. In today's Academic Minute, Northeastern University's Madhavi Venkatesan delves into conscious consumerism and sustainability as economic policy. 
October 3, 2018
Wolves have their own voices. In today's Academic Minute, Carthage College's Angela Dassow says wolf vocalization recordings can help monitor pack populations in a less invasive manner.

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