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Jeremy Adam Smith, Web Editor & Producer, Greater Good Science Center

Jeremy Adam Smith

Jeremy Adam Smith is web editor of the Greater Good Science Center and author or co-editor of four books, including The Daddy Shift, Rad Dad, and The Compassionate Instinct. Before joining the GGSC, he was a 2010-11 John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. You can follow him on Twitter.

Posts by Jeremy Adam Smith

11-26-14Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Thanksgiving Greatest Hits
3-20-14Other Subjects: What's on your mind?Does technology really cut us off from other people?
2-13-14Other Subjects: What's on your mind?Where to find love on Facebook
2-7-14Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Five ways to encourage giving to disadvantaged public schools
1-7-14Other Subjects: What's on your mind?The top 10 insights from the ‚Äúscience of a meaningful life” in 2013
1-3-14Science & Technology: What's on your mind?The year’s most popular articles about the “science of a meaningful life”
12-30-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Eight inspiring images from 2013
11-26-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Six habits of highly grateful people
10-31-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Five reasons why we need Halloween
10-22-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?What does prejudice reveal about what it means to be human?
10-18-13Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Beyond cuddling: Five surprising ways Oxytocin shapes your social life
7-2-13Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Can patriotism be compassionate?
6-13-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Five reasons why it’s a good time to be a dad
5-20-13Business & Economics: What's on your mind?The case for cultivating gratitude at work
4-10-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Three insights from research about immigrant families
3-29-13Other Subjects: What's on your mind?How to be a happy working father
3-12-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Five life lessons from “56 Up”
2-14-13Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Love: What’s the point?
2-8-13Science & Technology: What's on your mind?How love grows in your body
1-28-13Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?What’s good about Generation Y?
1-11-13Other Subjects: What's on your mind?How grateful are Americans?
1-3-13Science & Technology: What's on your mind?The past year’s top 10 scientific insights about living a meaningful life
12-18-12Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Four reminders of human strength and goodness after Sandy Hook
12-3-12Health & Medicine: What's on your mind?Our children, our strangers: A conversation with Andrew Solomon
11-21-12Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Why we need gratitude research
11-7-12Politics & Law: What's on your mind?We’re more partisan than ever. Now what?
7-6-12Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?You can’t have it all, but you might get a “thank you”
7-2-12Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?How to actually read a racist book to your kid
6-20-12Science & Technology: What's on your mind?What we Google when we Google ‘love’
6-6-12Business & Economics: What's on your mind?The redefinition of fatherhood demands new public policies
5-14-12Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Three lessons from Mitt Romney about bullying
4-25-12Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Five lessons in human goodness from ‘The Hunger Games’