Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Promoting development in the 21st century.
James Youniss Ph.D. & Dan Hart Ed.D.
Young people may vote in record numbers on November 3. We should all be grateful.
Let's discuss civic education and the proposed 1776 Commission.
Young people today are likely more qualified to vote than youth in recent generations. Here's why we ought to welcome them.
Part 1: Traditional civics education will not cure what ails American politics and unfairly suggests that young people are to blame.
Does participation in strikes and marches lead to political commitment? Not necessarily.
As a new school year begins, let's think about teams, clubs, and groups.
The college admissions scandal is a reflection of a broader problem in contemporary parenting
Want the next generation to be better citizens? Let's give it some thought.
Learning together helps create the citizens we need for a vibrant democracy.
Young people should be allowed to vote! Here's why!
We can improve civic education in the United States.
Daniel Hart, Ph.D., is a distinguished professor of psychology at Rutgers University.
James Youniss, Ph.D., is an emeritus professor of psychology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.