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New research investigates the use of wise reasoning in everyday life, concluding that wisdom may not be as rare as we might think. ... More>
New research demonstrates that people’s memories of their unethical behavior become less clear, less detailed, and less vivid over time compared to other memories. ... More>
Experiments show that people who display the powerful, confident body language associated with leadership tend to dominate decision making—even when their ideas were entirely incorrect. ... More>
A new study identifies six key elements that greatly improve the perception and credibility of an apology. ... More>
Thoughts of death can have a strong, measurable—and often prosocial—impact on our decision making. ... More>