Fifteen years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod. Since then, most music fans have understood this has radically changed how they listen to music.
College students studying STEM subjects who can learn and understand larger concepts rather than focusing on the examples used to explain them may have more success in early classes.
Parents report privacy concerns about “smart” toys, like Hello Barbie and CogniToys Dino, that record the voices of children who interact with them and store those recordings in the cloud, say researchers.
A new survey examines how mental health professionals determine whether it’s appropriate to certify an emotional support animal. The resulting recommendations could help mental health practitioners make better judgments when certifying ESAs and steer policy-making related to housing and travel.
We tend to use terms like “black,” “Latina,” and “white” as if we all agree on what they mean. Yet a look at history shows that ideas about our nation’s racial categories—what they are and who fits into them—are always changing.