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1. Life Impacts Art

Two female Russian artists discuss how their life and work has been impacted by Russia's Ukraine War.

Tags: emotional experience, psychology, war in ukraine, war in ukraine, anti-war, dissidence, protest, artists, art
2. Why Not International Relations?

"Sometimes there is a desire to remain silent about something, to not have a falling out, but this is the wrong strategy. Conversations, conversations, and more conversations. Find out from the get-go who cannot put up with what, for whom some moments are unacceptable, what responsibilities and rights you will have, and so on.”

– Russian Psychologist Kristina Yakubova, giving advice for couples in their first year of marriage that might do any (ahem) conflicted pair some good.
Tags: psychology, international relations, conflict, lovers, relationships
3. The Rainbow Menace

“The demand for primitive toys suggests that not all of society, but a certain stratum, are inclined to simple decisions. Our society is approaching a situation where we will collapse into the abyss of simple solutions to complex issues.”

– Russian psychologist, politician, and head of the Department of Personality Psychology at Moscow State University Alexander Asmolov warns of the risks of Simple-Dimples, Squishies, and Pop-its
Tags: toys, children, psychology, rospotrebnadzor, squishy, pop it, simple dimple
4. A Necessary Inspection

Russian kids are caught up in a toy craze, and the government is worried about how it might be influencing them.

Tags: kids, toys, psychology, neurological disorder, simple dimple, squishy

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