Political Passion Inspires Trust—Even From Opponents
New research finds that your peers—including your opponents—will respect your integrity if you speak emphatically about the social issues that matter to you.
Considering Your Opponent's Perspective Isn't Likely to Change Your View
New research finds that adopting an opponent's perspective on a charged issue can harden our original position.
Finding Common Ground When Talking About U.S. Immigration Policy
Attempts at coalition building won't succeed by eliding or erasing our cultural and ideological differences, but, instead, by embracing them.
The Scientific Debate About GM Foods Is Over: They're Safe
Now it's time to have a better public debate.