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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. He has also won numerous awards for his coverage of economic and racial segregation in San Francisco public schools, most recently the 2014 Sigma Delta Chi prize for investigative reporting. You can follow him on Twitter.

Posts by Jeremy Adam Smith

6-20-15Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Racism is not a mental illness
4-26-15Arts, Culture & Humanities: What's on your mind?Othering, Belonging, and Impermanence
3-20-15Science & Technology: What's on your mind?Happy International Day of Happiness!
1-3-15Science & Technology: What's on your mind?The Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2014
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’