Mr. Know-It-All: Super villains, porcine smarts, and network netiquette

Wired: Plenty of parents likely have wondered if their child’s obsession with playing the villain in a game of pretend is a cause for concern. But psychology professor Sandra Russ says it’s completely normal: “Kids have to express their aggression by playing pretend. It’s one of the ways they learn how to process their emotions, how to deal with their anger.”