A sample of articles on mobile eye-tracking to study behavior in real-world environments, a framework for understanding cooperation, the construction of social networks, dynamic personality structures, and personalized computational models of reading acquisition and dyslexia. More
A sample of research on delay of gratification in children, the link between religiosity and violent crime, self-objectification and women’s social activism, and how object design can afford learning. More
Being lonely hurts — it can even negatively impact your health. But the mere act of being alone with oneself doesn’t have to be bad, and experts say it can even benefit your social relationships, improve your creativity and confidence, and help you regulate your emotions so that you can better More
While collectivist societies are often viewed as caring and cooperative, new research techniques reveal that the tight social ties of these cultures may also foster tension and distrust, behavioral scientist Thomas Talhelm explains. More
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