Why Migrants Are Often Dissatisfied With Their Coyotes
In a recent study, the behavior most strongly linked to a negative recommendation was abandonment.
Republicans Vote for Candidates Who Look Republican
New research finds Democrats aren't similarly swayed by facial stereotypes, which could give the party an advantage.
Dozens of Ponds Storing Toxic Coal Waste Are Located in Flood Zones
As the Trump administration attempts to roll back regulations on coal ash ponds, a new report highlights the dangers posed by storing toxic waste next to rivers.
Atoll Islands May Become Uninhabitable a Century Earlier Than We Thought
Long before low-lying islands are swallowed by sea level rise, wave-related flooding could contaminate their freshwater resources.
When Talking of Future Financial Success, Do Fraternities Offer a Leg Up for Male Students?
Researchers found fraternity membership lowers a student's grade-point average by 0.25 points (on a four-point scale), but increases future income by 36.2 percent.
Self-Affirmation Gets Minority Students on a College Track
While the painful perception of being stigmatized discourages some potential scholars, a simple act of self-affirmation can substantially close such achievement gaps.
How Rising Sea Levels Threaten America's Cultural Heritage
The most comprehensive archeological database created to date finds that just a one-meter rise in sea level could imperil thousands of historically significant sites.
Why Lots of Men Conflate Sexual Desire With Consent
New research finds male college students are genuinely confused about their partners' wishes.
Chronic Feelings of Powerlessness Spur Men to Engage in Sexual Harassment
Research finds men who feel metaphorically impotent, and then assume a position of authority, are more likely to sexually harass subordinates.
Conservatives, Highly Religious More Likely to Endorse Rape Myths
Recent research sheds light on why so many supporters are making excuses for Roy Moore.
How the Threat of Climate Change Spurs Ethnocentrism
Faced with a challenge that requires a global response, humans cling more tightly to their clan.
What the Undocumented Immigrant Experience Means for Mental Health
A new study finds that a quarter of undocumented Mexican immigrants are at risk for mental-health disorders.