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Why Are You?

by Billie Rae Bates

Fascinating reading for anyone interested in psychology, Barquet presents a case for how and why identity forms. Antonio Barquet does not title his study of identity Who Are You? but rather "Why Are You?" because to this author, it’s... Read More

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The Loneliness Cure

by Rebecca Foster

A professor of communication tackles the loneliness epidemic with stories and science. “As a group, we Americans are starved for affection,” Kory Floyd, professor at Arizona State University’s Communication Sciences Lab, reveals in... Read More

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Touch

by Melissa Wuske

A well-reasoned approach to an emotional topic brings strength to Field’s conviction that physical touch is a biological need. People are increasingly isolated from each other due to social media and other factors, and protection... Read More

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