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Shared Pain Brings People Together

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>


Innovative Assessment of Collaboration 2014

Double tree Hilton Hotel Crystal City, Arlington VA Monday, Nov. 3 – Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014 I) Evaluation of Team Performance in Organizations – This panel will discuss methods and […]... More>


Common Knowledge Makes Us More Cooperative


Observer Article

Science That Serves the Public

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>


When Top Talent Hurts a Team