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People seem to naturally cringe at the prospect of delivering bad news. And when they have to disclose it, they tend to deliver the message in counterproductive and confusing ways. ... More>
Children begin learning at a very young age what’s theirs and what’s not. But these perceptions may change based on age. ... More>
Michael Roche and his coauthors studied social processes and how they play out in daily life. In their study, college students with a high-dependency or a low-dependency personality reported how […] More>
Exceptionally altruistic acts — such as donating a kidney to a stranger — are more common in areas where people report higher levels of well-being, according to a study led by Georgetown University researchers. ... More>
A world-renowned social psychologist is remembered for her inspiring mentorship and her groundbreaking research on nonverbal behavior and interpersonal judgments. ... More>