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Social Psychology

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    The southern Indian state of Kerala announced this month that it would reserve places for transgender students in the state's higher education institutions, a move aimed at easing their stigmatization.

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    Some consumers are embracing new identities by cherry-picking which race and ethnicity they identify with based on their test results, according to research from the University of British Columbia.

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    A study designed to demystify the way research gets into legislators' hands found that the majority don't look to universities to inform their behavioral health policies.

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    The Episcopal Church removed restrictions on same-sex marriage, a move that allows all couples to wed where they worship, even if their bishop disapproves.

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    A record number of Americans believe there is solid evidence that proves climate change exists and it is at least partly man-made, a new report said Wednesday.

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    Students in dormitories without air conditioning performed worse on cognitive tests during a heat wave compared with students living in air-conditioned dorms. This is the first field study to show the detrimental cognitive effects of a heat wave in a group of young healthy individuals.

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    Through the use of machine learning, psychiatric researchers can apply analysis techniques to large amounts of data.

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    The most hotly anticipated and widely enjoyed sporting event in the world has a dark side.

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    The World Cup has been marred by an estimated 300 cases of sexism on the streets tarnishing an otherwise positive tournament, the head of an anti-discrimination group said on Tuesday.

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    Anti-discrimination experts advising FIFA say sexism has been a bigger problem than racism at the World Cup in Russia.

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