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Despite its unpleasantness, pain may actually have positive social consequences, acting as a sort of “social glue” that fosters cohesion and solidarity within groups. ... More>
The rapidly growing literature on teamwork and collaborative problem solving suggests that these skills are becoming increasingly important in today’s organizations. However, the significant developments in these domains are occurring […]... More>
Applying psychological science to promote public cooperation and the responsible use of technology in education are highlights at the Psychological Science in the Public Interest symposium. ... More>