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Released September 5, 2012
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Released July 17, 2012
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Released March 21, 2012
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Released February 21, 2012
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Released January 24, 2012
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Released November 7, 2011
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Photo of two Generation X skydivers. Long-term Survey Reveals Gen Xers Are Active, Balanced and Happy
Released October 25, 2011
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photo of two Generation X skydivers The Generation X Report: U-M Survey Paints a Surprisingly Positive Portrait
Released October 25, 2011
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Released October 25, 2011
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image of a broken pencil on a math paper Brain Study Reveals How Successful Students Overcome Math Anxiety
Released October 20, 2011
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Released September 12, 2011
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Released August 9, 2011
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STEM learning using lego mindstorms Exploring Science Through Underwater Robotics
Released July 25, 2011
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Infants infer whether a toy fails to work because of their actions or a reason beyond their control. Research Shows 16-month-olds Infer Causes of Failed Actions
Released June 23, 2011
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Released June 20, 2011
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