Can Compassion Become a Central Part of American Politics?
The 2020 election cycle is already bringing to light the innate conflict in our political system between individualism and policies that benefit entire communities.
To Build More Compassionate Men, Emphasize Their Role as Dads
New research finds men reminded of the notion of fatherhood express less-hostile political views.
Fortune 1000 Women Look More Supportive, Compassionate
And the more they look like that, the higher they rank on Fortune's list.
Is the Quest to Build a Kinder, Gentler Surgeon Misguided?
Surgery is a fundamentally messy and stressful activity. When being a few millimeters off target can be life-changing, a surgeon needs to possess fierce concentration, unrelenting perfectionism, and, above all, staunch self-assurance.
Compassion Can Be Cultivated: Teaching People to Act Altruistically
New research suggests training designed to increase feelings of compassion can lead to more altruistic behavior.