Girls from low and middle socio-economic backgrounds are better at reading than boys, while boys from high-socio-economic backgrounds are better at mathematics than girls,
University of Maryland research that crosslinks toxic pollution to race and socio-economic status was published this week in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Research Letters.
Many recent, large-scale and international studies confirm that there are things outside of a child's natural intelligence that affect their academic performance.
Why do we make the choices that we do? Are we born this way or have we become this way? The behavioural economists are looking for answers by the use of economic and math exercises in the laboratory.
White people are more likely to be represented, and in a positive light, than Blacks or Asians in Canadian television advertisements, says a new study from the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM).
The upper class has a higher propensity for unethical behavior, being more likely to believe as did Gordon Gekko in the movie "Wall Street" that "greed is good," according to a new study from the University ...