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According to a recent report from the NFL, Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito (left, number 68) bullied Jonathan Martin (right, 71).

Articles: Why Do We Blame Victims?

By Juliana Breines | April 8, 2014

Why do so many people take the side of bullies over their victims? The answers might surprise you.

 

Articles: Compassionate Leaders are Effective Leaders

By Chade-Meng Tan | September 11, 2012

Great companies have compassionate leaders, says Google's "Jolly Good Fellow."

 

Articles: Happiness is about Respect, not Riches

By Stacey Kennelly | July 13, 2012

A study shows that admiration from peers—not wealth or economic status—is what really makes us happy.

 

Articles: Should Women Thank Men for Doing the Dishes?

By Jeremy Adam Smith | July 5, 2012

Anne-Marie Slaughter’s “Having it All” essay in this month's The Atlantic raises important questions about men, women... and gratitude.

 
Katniss and Peeta of The Hunger Games.

Articles: Five Lessons in Human Goodness from “The Hunger Games”

By Jeremy Adam Smith | April 18, 2012

The plot of the new film sounds cynical. But it reveals a surprising amount about the science of human goodness.

 

Articles: Affluent People More Likely to be Scofflaws

By Yasmin Anwar | February 28, 2012

Seven separate studies by GGSC-affiliated researchers find that upper-class people are more likely to break laws and social customs.

 

Articles: Is It Best to Be Greedy in Tough Economic Times?

By Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton | February 23, 2012

New research suggests that evolution selects for altruism, not greed.

 

Articles: When Gossip is Good

By Yasmin Anwar | January 17, 2012

Gossip isn’t all bad — new study finds its social and psychological benefits

 

Articles: Fox News: GGSC Fellow Study is “Junk”

By Jeremy Adam Smith | December 30, 2011

New media coverage of our research ranges from the helpful to the political.

 

Research Digest Items/Studies: Does Being Drunk, Powerful, and in the Dark Make You Do Good—or Evil?

 
Philip Zimbardo describes the classic and controversial study suggesting how ordinary, decent people can commit heinous acts.

Videos and Podcasts: The Milgram Experiment

By Philip Zimbardo | January 13, 2011

Philip Zimbardo describes the classic and controversial study suggesting how ordinary, decent people can commit heinous acts.

 

Articles: You Can’t Buy Empathy

By Jason Marsh | December 14, 2010

New research suggests the rich have a hard time reading others' emotions.

 

Raising Happiness: Scientific Reasons to Be Nice Online

By Christine Carter | March 10, 2010

 

Articles: The “E"s have it

By Jason Marsh | May 27, 2008

 

Articles: Honesty and Respect

By Claude M. Steiner | December 1, 2007

Couples often struggle over sex and intimacy, but Claude M. Steiner offers a path to more satisfying relationships.

 

Articles: Peaceful Parenting

By Sura Hart, Victoria Kindle Hodson | December 1, 2007

Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson explain how to turn parent-child conflict into cooperation.

 

Articles: From the Editors: Winter 07-08

By Dacher Keltner, Jason Marsh | December 1, 2007

 

Articles: The Power Paradox

By Dacher Keltner | December 1, 2007

True power requires modesty and empathy, not force and coercion, argues Dacher Keltner. But what people want from leaders—social intelligence—is what is damaged by the experience of power.

 

Articles: Burdens of Power

By Sarina Rodrigues | December 1, 2007

The Psychology of Power: Methods

 

Articles: The Socially Intelligent Superpower

By Jason Marsh | December 1, 2007

An Interview with Foreign Policy Expert Anne-Marie Slaughter

 

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