How one summer illustrated the strength of grief and the importance of defeating it
Biased, or untrue, media plays a huge role in the believability and spread of conspiracy theories
Exploring the pros and cons behind psychiatric treatments in addition to the development of the wirelessly charged brain implant to treat the same.
The effects of remote learning on STEM education, the relevance of math and computer science in higher education, and the Monta Vista social climate The pandemic has changed teaching and learning styles alike. Every day, Dr. Sanjeev Bhojraj, Alumni Professor of Asset Management at Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School, logs online to teach over four … Continue reading From Classroom to Computer – A Look at Remote (STEM) Education
The effects of eating disorders and the power of self-love
Explaining political polarization through psychology. On Wednesday, Jan. 6, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building to overturn his election defeat, clearly displaying America’s deep political divide to the world. Now more than ever, our country is split between red and blue. Instead of focusing on the true quality of government, the focus … Continue reading One Country, Two Colors
Exploring the effects of hindsight bias on students’ and athletes’ success.
When an avid user of VR games finds his console missing, the effects of prolonged periods of time away from reality start to affect his emotional well being and the way he views the world. “Where could it possibly be..” I exclaimed as I turned my room inside out. The set was gone. The ear-deafening … Continue reading Through A Different Lens
Bill has had a small chip in his brain for as long as he can remember. Her name is Jeanette, his friend, his only friend. The only person he has ever needed. Her presence is his constant. She is a part of him, to an extent that even he doesn’t understand. By Arnav Rathee The … Continue reading Thank You, Jeanette
The science behind the role self-talk plays in the lives of students.