Sarah Menezes

Birth Control – But for Whom?

In light of the changing political climate, specifically with the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade in the United States, the rate of birth control prescriptions is on the rise (Langmaid, 2022). The most common form of birth control remains oral contraceptives (OCs), with 75% of Canadian and 88% of American females taking OCs at Read the full article…


Bedtime Procrastination

Before you begin reading, please take the time to respond to each of the following nine phrases with a simple yes or no (Kroese et al., 2014). I go to bed later than I intended to. I go to bed late, even if I have to get up early in the morning. If it is Read the full article…


Do I Help My Sports Team Win?

The Effect of Fans on Sport While you can “take [yourself] out to the ball game” and “root, root, root for the home team”, will it really alter the game’s outcome (Norworth and Von Tilzer, 1908)? Many sports fans, as well as sports literature, believe that fans’ stadium presence with their team, wearing the team’s Read the full article…


The Dunning-Kruger Effect

If I were to ask you how good of a driver you think you are, or what score you think you would receive when given a standardized test, what would you say? Now if you were to actually undergo said driving or standardized test, would your score align with what you inferred? Probably not. This Read the full article…


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