Psychology & Psychiatry

How do we balance self-interest with fairness for others?

Human beings, like all living things, are driven by an innate sense of self-preservation. But humans have also built cities and governments, complex industries and lasting cultural institutions—none of which would be possible ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Singapore opens gyms, dining out as China outbreak steadies

Singaporeans can wine and dine at restaurants, work out at the gym and socialize with no more than five people at a time as of Friday, when the city-state removed most of its pandemic lockdown restrictions.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Industry races to meet demand for ventilators

Manufacturers are on a mission to produce desperately needed medical ventilators for the coronavirus pandemic, even if it means converting assembly lines now making auto parts.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Rwanda confirms first coronavirus case

Rwanda on Saturday confirmed its first case of the new coronavirus—an Indian citizen who arrived last week from Mumbai, the health ministry said.

Pediatrics

How to raise global citizens of tomorrow

(HealthDay)—It's never too soon to teach kids to be culturally competent—to learn about, respect and accept people whose culture is different from their own.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Fairness is in the brain

Ever wondered how people figure out what is fair? Look to the brain for the answer. According to a new Norwegian brain study, people appreciate fairness in much the same way as they appreciate money for themselves, and also ...

Other

The human race evolved to be fair for selfish reasons

"Make sure you play fairly," often say parents to their kids. In fact, children do not need encouragement to be fair, it is a unique feature of human social life, which emerges in childhood. When given the opportunity to ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

With board games, it's how children count that counts

Teachers and parents like to use board games to teach skills that range from fair play to counting. When it comes to improving early number skills, a new report by Boston College and Carnegie Mellon University researchers ...

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Fairness

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