Economic Inequality Dampens the Generosity of the Wealthy
Another negative consequence of the growing gap between rich and poor.
Is Religion Hazardous to Your Child's Moral Health?
A study finds children raised in religious households are less altruistic than those raised in non-religious families.
From Humbug! to Humble: The Power of the Scrooge Effect
A new study finds thoughts of our mortality can make us more generous.
Teddy Bears Soften Pain of Social Exclusion | Miller-McCune
New research from Singapore suggests touching a stuffed animal can counteract the tendency of ostracized people to engage in antisocial behavior.
People's Generosity Does Not See All Suffering As Equal
Newly published research finds people give more generously to relief efforts following natural disasters, effectively penalizing the people caught up in man-made catastrophes.