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April 27, 2017
What causes dishonesty? In today's Academic Minute, Princeton Neuroscience Institute's Neil Garrett looked into our brains to find a clue.

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April 25, 2017
Is the partisan divide on climate change due to some portions of the media? In today's Academic Minute, Bucknell University's Joanna Huxster examines whether there is an alternative view of the situation.
April 24, 2017
Hate groups have taken their messages online. In today's Academic Minute, Pace University's Adam Klein discusses how these groups have spread their messages via the internet.
April 21, 2017
1984 is back on the best-seller lists. Today, as part of the Academic Minute's Current Affairs Week, Case Western Reserve University's John Broich determines the reasons behind readers’ renewed interest in the Thought Police.
April 20, 2017
We’ve all heard about alternative facts by now. Today, as part of the Academic Minute's Current Affairs Week, Tufts University's Ronald Pies explores how we can tell whether someone is lying or just stating a falsehood.
April 19, 2017
Why is the National Endowment for the Arts on the chopping block? Today, as part of the Academic Minute's Current Affairs Week, Pennsylvania State University's Aaron Knochel looks into this question.

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