Want to Raise Kind, Generous Kids? Take Them to an Art Museum
Entrepreneur parents work long hours building their companies to provide materially for their families and make sure they can offer their kids the best start in life. But most would probably agree that the monetary side
Why People Choose to Cooperate, According to Behavioral Science
People stop their cars simply because a little light turns from green to red. They crowd onto buses, trains and planes with complete strangers, yet fights seldom break out. Large, strong men routinely walk right
What Made George Santos Lie So Much? Experts Weigh In on His Deception.
Everyone lies. But very few lie quite like George Santos. His lies are so breathtaking they shocked even the jaded denizens of Washington, who have a high tolerance for exaggeration and self-aggrandizement. Who makes up
Why Is It So Hard to Resist Temptation?
Why are people so inconsistent? Is there such a thing as character? And did Stephen once have the world’s longest chain of gum wrappers? …
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on feeling good, how perceived distance alters memory, prenatal programming of behavior problems, the impacts of COVID-19 on college students, the connections between racial prejudice and police militarization, and much more.
Want to Learn From Your Mistakes and Be More Successful? Science Says Avoid the Dreaded Ostrich Effect
I owned Blue Apron stock a few years ago. I’m unsure, but I think I purchased it at around $20 per share. (You’ll see why I’m unsure in a moment.) Since I owned it in