While the languages of the world differ in many respects, they share certain commonalties, which can provide insight on our shared cognition. In a new study Prof. Inbal Arnon and Dr. Ori Lavi-Rotbain explore the learnability consequences of one of the striking commonalities between languages. Read more about The learnability consequences of Zipfian distributions in language
Given the extent of inequality in the world, it is surprising that protests are rare. It seems that even those who are not happy with the sociopolitical institutions and arrangements on which they depend do not participate in protests. Why do individuals who are dissatisfied with the system do not engage in efforts to create social change? Read more about Why do individuals who are dissatisfied with the system do not engage in efforts to create social change?