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Articles: Brain TrustBy Michael Kosfeld | September 1, 2008
Trust is not irrational or illusory, explains Michael Kosfeld. It’s a biologically-based part of human nature.
Articles: In Faces We TrustBy Anna Abramson | September 1, 2008
First impressions can decisively shape political elections, says Anna J. Abramson. What does that say about democracy?
Articles: The Greatest TestBy Emilie Raguso | September 1, 2008
Forgiveness improves health and strengthens relationships. But can it help heal the scars of civil war?
Articles: America’s Trust FallBy Jeremy Adam Smith, Pamela Paxton | September 1, 2008
Trust is essential to strong relationships and a healthy society, but it has been declining for decades, report Pamela Paxton and Jeremy Adam Smith. How can America learn to trust again?
Articles: Surviving BetrayalBy Joshua Coleman | September 1, 2008
Romantic betrayal is traumatizing, says psychologist Joshua Coleman. But couples can learn to trust again.
Articles: Can I Trust You?By Eve Ekman, Paul Ekman, Jason Marsh | September 1, 2008
A conversation between world-renowned psychologist Paul Ekman and his daughter Eve, with Jason Marsh.
Articles: The Hot SpotBy Lisa Bennett | September 1, 2008
Climate scientists wonder why people don’t do more about global warming. Social scientists have some troubling answers.
Articles: Each One, Help OneBy Elizabeth O’Brien | September 1, 2006
As working families find it ever harder to pay their bills, a nonprofit organization connects small donors to people with modest needs.
Articles: Handle with CareBy Nel Noddings | March 1, 2006
To deal with everyday ethical problems, kids need more than just a simple list of rules or virtues, argues Nel Noddings. They need chances to talk through their problems with caring and engaged adults.
New research suggests how to coach—and be coached—more effectively.
A scientific controversy about the relationship between meaning and happiness raises fundamental questions about how to live a good life.
A new study finds a biological mechanism behind “thank you"—and reveals one way that it bonds couples together.
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