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Free Speech and Inclusion: How College Students Are Navigating Shifting Speech NormsMylien Duong, PhD, Stephen Hawkins, Keith Welker, PhD, Fred Duong, Ph.D., Paul Oshinski, Daniel Yudkin, Ph.D.|September 21, 2023This report brings data to inform the public conversation about the current state of free expression and inclusion on college campuses.
The Online Educational Program ‘Perspectives’ Improves Affective Polarization, Intellectual Humility, and Conflict ManagementKeith Welker, PhD, Mylien Duong, PhD, Macrina Dieffenbach, PhD, Jonathan Haidt, PhD, Peter Coleman, PhD, Andrew Rakhshani|August 21, 2023Users experienced decreases in affective polarization, small to medium-sized increases in intellectual humility, and increases in sense of belonging.
Political Polarization and Its Repercussions for Public School TeachersMylien Duong, PhD|July 27, 2023A qualitative research report that compiles the narratives gathered from 14 interviews with a diverse group of U.S. public school teachers facing polarization.
Developing participant intellectual humility through technology delivered instruction – A proposed modelJuan Marcelo Gomèz, DBA, Nhung T. Hendy, PhD, Nathalie Montargot, PhD|June 28, 2023This paper proposes CDI's Perspectives program as a pedagogical tool to develop intellectual humility.
Conversations for Change: Affiliative Perceptions of Conversation Partners are Associated with Increases in Intellectual HumilityKatherine R. Thorson, PhD, Lindsey A. Beck, PhD, Sarah Ketay, PhD, Keith Welker, PhD|May 13, 2023The current study investigated whether affiliative interactions with a new conversation partner were associated with changes in intellectual humility over time.
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