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From the Living Laboratory - Museum of Science, Boston https://www.mos.org/living-laboratory/explore-our-research/invisible-entities When do children understand that “invisible things” can affect objects? Topic: Cognitive Development Location: Discovery Center Preschoolers understand that some objects have internal properties that produce predictable and observable effects on other objects. Yet, in their everyday lives, children also hear about things they cannot … Continue reading Living Laboratory
When we open up to another person and are recognized for who we are, we feel seen. The basic human need for social connection is why the invisibility prank is especially cruel. There’s nothing more terrifying than not mattering—disappearing—to the people around us. From Character Lab's CEO and Co-Founder, Angela Duckworth's article: https://www.characterlab.org/thought-of-the-week-would-you-rather Would You … Continue reading Social Belonging