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A Friendly Face Might Mask Ill Intent

Picking up on someone’s selfish motives when they put up a friendly facade is a critical skill, but new research suggests that a hormone called oxytocin might hinder this ability. ... More>


Does Diversity Undermine Community Trust?

One of the most conspicuous failures of the 113th Congress has been the Republican House’s refusal to even discuss long-overdue immigration reform, despite the Senate’s painstaking work in crafting a […]... More>


Testosterone Promotes Reciprocity in the Absence of Competition

Boosting testosterone can promote generosity in certain situations, indicating that the hormone's effects are more nuanced than previously thought. ... More>


The Science of Trusting: How Can You Get Some to Trust You?