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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>
APS Fellow Robert R. Provine examines how the whites of the eyes affect people's perception of an individual's health and attractiveness. ... More>
Marginal members of a high-status or well-esteemed group tend to emphasize their group membership more than those who are squarely entrenched in the group. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring moral foundations and out-group hostility, working memory as internally focused attention, and brain activation for numeric and monetary value. ... More>