Radicals are less able to recognize when they're wrong, even in a task having nothing to do with politics.
New research finds that people living in climatically turbulent regions tend to make riskier decisions than those in relatively more stable environments.
New research pinpoints how the desire for excitement inspires support for violent extremism.
New research finds higher levels of philanthropy in ideologically homogeneous areas.
New research finds it's an effective way to step into the shoes of someone less fortunate.
An evolutionary leftover makes it hard to convince people to shift to a vegetarian diet.
In describing political preference, "right" and "left" may be more than a metaphor.
Members of the Libertarian Party were the most likely, according to analysis of hacked data from Ashley Madison.
New research finds when a situation gets less dangerous, we fail to perceive the positive shift.
Could the objective assurance in correct answers mandated in mathematics education teach students to be similarly calculating and assured when it comes to daily moral conundrums?
New neural research could help us design better anti-prejudice interventions.
New research finds reintroducing objective facts into the conversation doesn't mitigate this effect.
New research finds the ability to recognize and manage feelings is beneficial to the creative process.
New research uses Joe Paterno to make a point.