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A sample of new research exploring costly signaling and trust among groups, factors that predict why adolescent friendships end, and how picture books contribute to language learning. ... More>
CEOs who possessed “trustworthy” facial features were less likely to take the blame when their company hit a financial pitfall. ... More>
A bit of chitchat before a negotiation helped men—but not women—snag better financial offers for a job contract. ... More>
Incorporating “virtual drivers” that looked and acted like humans significantly increased people’s willingness to let an autonomous vehicle take the wheel. ... More>