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Young Children Take Authoritarian Cues From Their Parents

Young adults' levels of authoritarianism are strongly linked with those of their parents, but new research suggests these individual differences may emerge as early as age 3. ... More>


The Taxman Cometh: Science Explains Why Some Pay and Others Evade

Millions of Americans are making a mad dash to file their taxes by the April 15th deadline — but some aren't. Researchers explore the factors that motivate people to pay, or not pay, their taxes. ... More>


Observation

Young Children Form First Impressions From Faces

Just like adults, children as young as 3 tend to judge an individual’s character traits, such as trustworthiness and competence, simply by looking at the person’s face. ... More>


Observation

In Diversifying Neighborhoods, How Do Attitudes Shift?

Changes to demographics, housing policies, lending practices, and real estate markets are increasing the sociocultural diversity of many neighborhoods. How will neighborhood residents react to the changes? ... More>


Trust Tramples Turnover

Workers are less likely to voluntarily resign if employers fulfill their promises and obligations. You’re more apt to keep your star players if they perceive you as fair and honest. ... More>