A new study finds that corporate decisions to either protect workers or lay them off had a lot to do with compassion.
A new study finds that optimistic students are more likely to succeed.
A new study finds that YouTube videos perpetuate harmful and stigmatizing myths about depression.
A new study suggests that when people give thanks, they’re less likely to overdraw from shared resources.
A new study suggests that imagining we’ll be cooperating with people outside our social groups reduces bias.
Judging job candidates by their passion may be biased against certain cultures, a new study finds.
A new study shows that teens exploring their gender identity value simple acts of caring from their parents the most.
Around the world, trust and generosity helped us cope with crisis.
Communicating better can help you achieve your goals and deepen your relationships.
A new book offers tools to help you avoid being overwhelmed by negative thoughts and feelings.
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Understanding grief might help us to foster resilience in the wake of the past year’s losses.
A new book explains why we get stuck in intractable conflicts and how to get out of them.
People are starting to date again. A new book can help you navigate some of the most common pitfalls.
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Reading picture books with authentic representations of Asian Americans can cultivate understanding and belonging in children.