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New research suggests that knockoffs may not work as magically as we’d like and indeed may backfire. Three psychological scientists Francesca Gino of Chapel Hill, Michael Norton of Harvard Business School, and Dan Ariely of Duke have been exploring the power and pitfalls of fake adornment in the lab. They wanted to see if counterfeit stuff might have hidden psychological costs, warping our actions and attitudes in undesirable ways..
HB2 is the controversial North Carolina law limiting civil rights protections for LGBT people. It excludes LGBT people from the state’s non discrimination laws and prevents local governments from offering discrimination protections that go beyond the state’s. It also requires people to use public restrooms that correspond with the sex indicated on their birth certificates..