What's Stopping More of Us From Being Environmentalists and Feminists?
Canadian researchers report people hold negative views of political and social activists, and their unwillingness to associate with such people dampens the likelihood of changing their behavior.
Strong Social Bonds Promote Health, Belonging — and Torture
New research finds people who feel a strong connection with their social group are more likely to dehumanize outsiders.
'The Fair Society' Calls for a New Social Structure Based on Equality
Social critic Peter Corning argues for a new social structure based on equality, equity and reciprocity in his new book "The Fair Society."
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.