Putting on a uniform impacts some people's mindset and behavior in problematic ways.
It's possible that watching people perform sex acts can lead us to dehumanize others.
Research on 112,000 Canadian students finds that high schoolers who took more music courses did better in math, science, and English.
Those rugged looks may be attractive, but a new study links them to anti-environmental attitudes.
New research suggests that environmental groups can persuade more people by focusing on a positive attitude toward climate action.
New research finds those fears in turn provoke racial bias and support for conservative policy positions.
New research finds that social liberals who read about the phenomenon are subsequently less forgiving toward poor whites.
Returning to art after 25 years of being a working mother has changed the way I see the world—and myself.
New research finds that an empowering message, emphasizing a person's potential to manage addictions, is much more helpful.
New research finds that white Americans are more likely to hold unconscious biases against black Americans if their home region was once heavily dependent on slavery.
New research finds that high self-regard can come across as competence to potential employers.
New research finds that the boons of union membership can extend beyond wages and benefits.
There's no scientific consensus that today's young people are especially narcissistic or self-involved, but the public has bought into the notion.
New research finds that prominently posting community rules can make a big difference in deterring trolls.
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.
New research finds that the famous Dunning-Kruger Effect extends to the way we think about our own racism and sexism.
A new study suggests that public-health concerns over the popular Netflix series were justified.
Separating our conversations about school shootings from our conversations about video games will improve our approach to both.
The messages they're getting in the media are terrifying—and the sustained sense of real threats could leave this generation with psychological scars.
Making changes to our diet today can help prepare us for a carbon-neutral future—while pushing our peers to be greener in their own lives.