Front Pages From Papers Around the World
• November 06, 2012 • 9:39 PM
• November 06, 2012 • 9:39 PM
A weekly roundup of the best of Pacific Standard and PSmag.com, delivered straight to your inbox.
September 2 • 6:00 AM
For millions of Christians, biblical counselors have replaced psychologists. Some think it’s time to reverse course.
September 2 • 5:12 AM
People bring their ideas with them when they move from place to place.
September 2 • 4:00 AM
Some people suspect the troubles of middle school are a matter of age. Middle schoolers, they think, are simply too moody, pimply, and cliquish to be easily educable. But these five studies might convince you otherwise.
September 1 • 1:00 PM
New research finds fast-moving programming leads to mindless overeating.
September 1 • 6:00 AM
How unusual names, under certain circumstances, can lead to success.
August 29 • 4:00 PM
Even when taxpayers aren’t explicitly on the hook, tobacco bonds can cost states and local governments money. Here’s how.
August 29 • 2:00 PM
They used to in the 1920s.
August 29 • 11:48 AM
We can determine trustworthiness even when we’re only subliminally aware of the other person.
August 29 • 10:00 AM
Though the rich sometimes forget, Darwin knew that nature frequently rolls the dice.
August 29 • 8:00 AM
Our genes only tell a portion of the story.
August 29 • 6:00 AM
When college women leave home, does attachment behavior make them more vulnerable to campus rape?
August 29 • 4:00 AM
New research finds people who forgive an unfaithful romantic partner are considered weaker and less competent than those who ended the relationship.
August 28 • 4:00 PM
They’re often designed for you, the paying visitor, and not the animals who have to inhabit them.
August 28 • 2:00 PM
“Don’t feed the trolls” is sound advice, but occasionally ignoring it can lead to rewards.
August 28 • 12:00 PM
The ALS Association has raised nearly $100 million over the past month, 50 times what it raised in the same period last year. How will that money be spent, and how can non-profit executives make a windfall last?
August 28 • 11:56 AM
California, where ambitious agriculture sucks up 80 percent of the state’s developed water, is no stranger to water wrangles. Now one of the worst droughts in state history is pushing legislators to reckon with its unwieldy water laws, especially one major oversight: California has been the only Western state without groundwater regulation—but now that looks set to change.
August 28 • 11:38 AM
While young migrant workers struggle under poor working conditions, U.S. policy has done little to help.
August 28 • 10:00 AM
“Sometimes people just get pains.”
August 28 • 8:00 AM
Andy Warhol, algorithms, and a bunch of popular names printed on soda cans.
August 28 • 6:00 AM
That art you’ve been seeing at bus stations and billboards—it’s serving a purpose beyond just promoting local museums.
August 28 • 4:00 AM
An examination of papers by the discredited Diederik Stapel finds linguistic differences between his legitimate and fraudulent studies.