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Clay Routledge
Existential Psychologist / Challey Prof of Management / Senior Research Fellow / fitness & martial arts enthusiast
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Derek Thompson 11h
A very savage caricature of urban liberalism is a government that discourages new housing construction, deepening structural racial inequality, and responds by passing cutesy-named laws to criminalize individual acts of racism
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Liz Wolfe 13h
This is a misleading (and therefore shitty) tweet, as the volunteer who died did not receive the vaccine.
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Clay Routledge 14h
"We are asked to wear cloth over our mouth and nose, wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life, your neighbors and the economy. Seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit."
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Archbridge Institute Oct 21
"The number of bored Americans was at a high at the end of March and mid-April, with 47% indicating feeling bored a lot of the previous day."
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Clay Routledge Oct 21
Replying to @MorbidPsych
Definitely. Very interesting.
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Clay Routledge Oct 20
Consuming frightening fiction may help people cope with real-world threats. Fans of horror films exhibited greater resilience and fans of “prepper” genres exhibited both greater resilience and preparedness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Challey Institute Oct 20
Studies have linked boredom to political extremism, rioting, and impulsive behavior. But boredom can also motivate people toward charitable giving and increased curiosity. Read 'Boredom: a Double-Edged Sword, for Individuals and Society.'
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Samuel Abrams Oct 20
"The extreme, politically correct culture that has pervaded through our educational system is limiting debate and discussion, and this new dynamic is how viewpoint diversity and social progress die. The nation can do better than that" Latest
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Doug Cantor Oct 20
Get ready to dine in yurts, igloos, and cabins inspired by Scandinavian ice-fisherman
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Hutch Johnson Oct 17
Stunning shot of Fall Snow in Twin Valley, Minnesota. By Melissa Smith.
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Challey Institute Oct 16
Director Bitzan on our upcoming panel: “I’m really looking forward to this joint event [with ]. This is an excellent opportunity for our students and community to hear from a panel of interdisciplinary experts addressing an issue that is important to everyone.”
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Clay Routledge Oct 16
"The number of men enrolled in undergraduate programs fell by 6.4%, compared with a 2.2% drop among women, exacerbating a longstanding imbalance in the gender makeup of college students."
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Challey Institute Oct 16
We are proud to congratulate Tayt Rinehardt and Kali Christianson on being nominated for the 2020 Mary McCannel Gunkelman Award. This award honors those who make smile, and we are lucky to work with them every day at the .
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Elliot Kaufman Oct 14
Why is the country's largest teachers union sizing up Prenda, an Arizona-based microschool company, in an internal "opposition report"? My article in tomorrow's WSJ: via
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Challey Institute Oct 14
“Boredom can cause real problems if not directed towards healthy and constructive behaviors.” Challey Scholar describes the double-edged sword of boredom. Read more in .
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Archbridge Institute Oct 14
Lots of Americans are bored and that might be worsening ideological extremism. Check out the latest from
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Clay Routledge Oct 13
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Clay Routledge Oct 13
Very excited that our institute is hosting this event with Arthur Brooks.
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Clay Routledge Oct 13
13% of extremely liberal students, compared to 6% of extremely conservative students, said violence to stop a campus speech or event is “always” or “sometimes” acceptable.
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Clay Routledge Oct 13
Over 60% of extreme liberal college students, compared to 15% of extreme conservative college students, said it’s “always” or “sometimes” acceptable to shout down a speaker.
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