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Many of us struggle to resist temptations— new research suggests that developing close working relationships with people who exhibit a high degree of self-discipline may be one remedy. ... More>
When I was growing up, there was a woman in the neighborhood known as The Mayor. She was not a mayor in any official sense, and in fact held no […]... More>
A sample of new research exploring: anger and disgust in moral outrage; extended sexuality in women; anticipation and imitation in social interaction; and long-term effects of infants' motor-exploratory competence. ... More>
Louis XIV, the vain French king who held the longest reign in European history, epitomized absolute monarchy. But his blind pursuit of power—highlighted by the four wars he waged —left […]... More>