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mouse-tracking technique May 2, 2016
Neuroscientists find evidence for 'visual stereotyping'
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Elizabeth Levy Paluck January 4, 2016
Students with influence over peers reduce school bullying by 30 percent
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information sharing network November 16, 2015
Information is contagious among social connections
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Paula Niedenthal April 20, 2015
Deep national history of immigration predicts wide cultural comfort displaying emotion
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woman at chalkboard January 15, 2015
Study supports new explanation of gender gaps in academia
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image of a man sitting on a rock along a river October 6, 2014
Trying to share our 'epic' moments may leave us feeling left out
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Alin Coman May 15, 2014
Justifying wartime atrocities alters memories
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people and society graphic December 9, 2013
Prolonged viewing of Boston Marathon bombings media coverage tied to acute stress
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J. David Creswell May 3, 2013
Carnegie Mellon Research Shows Self-affirmation Improves Problem-solving Under Stress
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Joseph Cesario April 23, 2013
Whether Human or Hyena, There's Safety in Numbers
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people and society graphic April 3, 2013
Diversity Programs Give Illusion of Corporate Fairness, Study Shows
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people and society graph March 14, 2013
Know Thyself: How Mindfulness Can Improve Self-knowledge
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people and society graphic March 13, 2013
Events in the Future Seem Closer Than Those in the Past
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image of homes destroyed by Joplin tornado March 1, 2013
Living Through a Tornado Does Not Shake Optimism
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Jaana Juvonen January 24, 2013
"Cool" Kids in Middle School Bully More, UCLA Psychologists Report
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News thumbnail November 28, 2012
Moral Evaluations of Harm Are Instant and Emotional, Brain Study Shows
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News thumbnail November 28, 2012
New Studies Show Moral Judgments Quicker, More Extreme Than Practical Ones--But Also Flexible
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photo of Jennifer Lerner September 24, 2012
Laboratory Study of Leaders Shows Surprising Result: As Leadership Responsibility Increases, Stress Declines
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a baby participates in the study February 13, 2012
Penn Psychologists Find 6- to 9-Month-Olds Understand the Meaning of Many Spoken Words
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people and society graphic December 15, 2011
Traumatic Experiences May Make You Tough
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image of a lab rat December 8, 2011
Helping Your Fellow Rat: Rodents Show Empathy-driven Behavior
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image of a couple watching the sun set October 20, 2011
New Study Shows Passing Mood Can Profoundly Alter 'Rational Decisions'
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people and society graphic October 3, 2011
In Reading Facial Emotion, Context Is Everything
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people and society graphic September 21, 2011
Advice to Divorcees: Go Easy on Yourself
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Melissa McDonald and Carlos Navarrete June 22, 2011
Prejudice Linked to Women's Menstrual Cycle
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 video clips of intentional and accidental harm May 27, 2011
Changes in Brain Circuitry Play Role in Moral Sensitivity as People Grow Up
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people and society graphic February 23, 2011
People With Low Self-esteem Show More Signs of Prejudice
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brain scans from the study February 22, 2011
Crying Baby Draws Blunted Response in Depressed Mom's Brain
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Laura Germine December 21, 2010
Psychologists Find Skill in Recognizing Faces Peaks After Age 30
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photo of a hallway November 23, 2010
Getting Lost in Buildings: Architecture Can Bias Your Cognitive Map
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