Touch in the Classroom: Should Schools Teach Students to Give Each Other Massages?

Written by Elisa (EJ) Sobo Every semester, I teach a college course exploring the interrelationships between human culture and biology. Feedback loops connecting culturally-patterned behavior and body chemistry, such as in the stress response, provide a handy example of our bioculturality. So, among other topics, I have a well-developed unit in my course (and related … Continue reading Touch in the Classroom: Should Schools Teach Students to Give Each Other Massages?