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This Week on The Academic Minute (2024.04.08)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2024.04.08


Moira Marsh, researcher and folklore librarian at Indiana University Bloomington, uses mythology to tell the story of the darkened daytime sky.


Megan Bryson, Lindsay Young associate professor of religious studies and chair of Asian studies at the University of Tennessee, examines Buddhism and gender fluidity.


Thi Tran, assistant professor of management information systems at Binghamton University, explains that finding out which misinformation will cause the most harm is important. But how do we achieve this?


Eranda Jayawickreme, Harold W. Tribble professor of psychology at Wake Forest University, uses some brainpower to find how you can become a good thinker.


Annabelle Roberts, assistant professor of marketing at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, says we’re most impatient right before we get what we want.


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