Which of the U.S.’s 3 Distinct Psychological Regions Best Suits You?
An analysis of state-level data confirms some things you already know—basically everyone in the Midwest is friendly and conventional—but also suggests ways to use our psychological characteristics to spur economic development.
Colin Camerer: Genius Whose Ideas About Behavior Could Change Lives
Caltech's Colin Camerer is a recent recipient of a MacArthur Foundation grant to continue his work as a leader of the emerging field of neuroeconomics.
It Takes a Village to Create a Bully: Martin and Richie Incognito
Why you—and your teachers, coaches, and other superiors—are probably to blame for some of the hazing and harassment that goes on in our nation’s classrooms, locker rooms, and workplaces.
What Can We Do About the Fact That We're All a Little Bit Prejudiced?
New research on implicit bias offers some valuable insights on how it operates in negotiation settings—but also highlights the complicated ways it resists intervention.