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Research Digest Items/Studies: What’s an Apology Really Worth?
A recent study shows how sharing positive experiences can make relationships stronger.
Articles: How to Rebuild TrustBy Anahid Modrek | October 11, 2010
A recent study suggests that our beliefs about human nature strongly influence how trusting we are.
Articles: Hands On Research: The Science of TouchBy Dacher Keltner | September 29, 2010
Dacher Keltner explains how compassion is literally at our fingertips.
Research Digest Items/Studies: The Limits of the “Love Hormone”
Articles: Why We Knew Roger Clemens Was LyingBy Jason Marsh | August 23, 2010
His body language betrayed him.
Research Digest Items/Studies: Why Are You Smiling at Me?
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?
Greater Good's editors pick the most thought-provoking, important, or useful nonfiction books published this year on the science of a meaningful life.
The way to lead a joyful life is not to pursue happiness for ourselves, argues Christine Carter, but to pursue it for others
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- "Gratitude and Prosocial Behavior"
Finds that feeling gratitude produces kind and helpful behavior, even when that behavior is costly to the individual actor.
- "Compassion: An Evolutionary Analysis and Empirical Review"
Compassion evolved as a distinct affective experience whose function is to enable cooperation and protection of those who...
- "From Jerusalem to Jericho"
This article on bystander intervention in emergency situations suggests that we are likely to help a “shabbily dressed”...
- Center for Investigating Healthy Minds
The Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, runs a state-of-the-art neuroscience...
- Northeast Foundation for Children
Northeast Foundation for Children is a non-profit educational organization that offers educators the Responsive Classroom...
- Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship
Based at the University of Michigan Business School, this is a networking community for researchers and practitioners...
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