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Do the stories we tell reflect the world as it truly is, or did we simply start off with the wrong story?

hello Barbara — and readers, i appreciate your interest in the topic and threads of “Unconscious ties that bind” — . i also deeply respect your unexpected willingness to take up the question posed at the end of the article: “how might such findings further inform our pedagogical and curricular practice?” in a way, i think...

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