Tough Thanksgiving Traffic May Turn Some Drivers into Turkeys

Stressful holiday road conditions can lead to dangerous and aggressive behavior behind the wheel, especially for drivers in a hurry. More>

      

Feeling — Not Being — Wealthy Drives Opposition to Wealth Redistribution

People’s views on wealth distribution have little to do with how much they have in the bank and more with how wealthy they feel compared to their friends and neighbors.

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The Sound of Status: People Know High-Power Voices When They Hear Them

Being in a position of power can alter basic acoustic properties of the voice, and other people can pick up on these cues to know who is in charge.

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Perspectives Provides Strategies for Maximizing Informational Value of Research

A special section in the November issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science provides a set of cutting-edge strategies researchers can use to improve the way research is conducted and evaluated.

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One Thing Everyone Agrees On: CEOs Make Too Much Money

A recent study finds that people around the world, regardless of demographic factors or political leanings, prefer a smaller wage gap between CEOs and average workers.

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Making Self-Driving Cars More Human May Gain Drivers’ Trust

Adding human-like characteristics to a self-driving vehicle may help improve people’s interactions with the new technology.

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Cornell’s Stephen Ceci on Changing Landscape for Women in Academic Science

An interview with Stephen Ceci on his recent report, Women in Academic Science: A Changing Landscape.

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