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Creating a Hybrid Future Outside of Work

Creating a Hybrid Future Outside of Work

It’s not just a matter of creating new habits, but changing the neurological architecture that’s shaped by our habits. “Brains change when you’re spending time online,” says Robyn Mehlenbeck from George Mason University. “We’re going to see some social skill deficits across the board as people are emerging from the pandemic.”

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M-VETS Prevails and Secures Honorable Discharge for Army Combat Veteran

M-VETS Prevails and Secures Honorable Discharge for Army Combat Veteran

The Mason Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic (M-VETS) successfully argued before the Army Discharge Review Board for an Army Combat veteran to receive a fully Honorable conditions discharge. Filed in 2019, the M-VETS request was recently approved by the Army Discharge Review Board and the veteran now has a fully Honorable conditions discharge reflected on the veteran’s DD 214.

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Three ways that data may be deceiving you

Three ways that data may be deceiving you

However, the problem is that data sets are not infallible. Specifically, the presentation of data in the form of visualizations shouldn’t be considered as undeniable truth. Numbers can lie as well, and poorly done visualizations can easily mislead readers.

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Post-COVID Reintegration: Learn From the Military

Post-COVID Reintegration: Learn From the Military

"After a year of fighting COVID-19 with isolating lockdowns and unprecedented losses, our collective life-in-crisis mentality is starting to lift. This return to 'normalcy' brings great excitement, but some anxiety too", writes Dr. Keith Renshaw.

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Survey Finds Many Adults Don't Want Kids -- and They're Happy

Survey Finds Many Adults Don't Want Kids -- and They're Happy

That point was echoed by James Maddux, a senior scholar with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Life satisfaction can come from understanding yourself and living according to those values, rather than trying to meet the expectations of society or family, he said.

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