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June 22, 2017
Some of us can get tired of a song quickly, while others listen over and over again. In today's Academic Minute, Noelle Nelson of the University of Kansas examines whether working memory can help decide whether we get tired of something in a hurry or not at all.

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June 19, 2017
Put down the diet soda. In today's Academic Minute, Boston University's Matthew Pase looks into whether diet drinks are more harmful than previously thought.
June 16, 2017
Religious practice can lead to lower depression for some, but what about the nonreligious? In today's Academic Minute, Touro College's Steven Pirutinsky examines whether the nonreligious would benefit from religious practice.
June 15, 2017
We’ve all heard of gold rush prospectors, but how about bio prospectors? In today's Academic Minute, Jeffrey Gardner of the University of Maryland Baltimore County examines how we can find better ways to make the products we use today.
June 14, 2017
Inequality is getting worse in the United States. In today's Academic Minute, Jonathan J. B. Mijs of the London School of Economics examines whether more people are noticing.
June 13, 2017
Inside Higher Ed editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman discuss the topics from the "The OER Moment" booklet.

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