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A complex new study strengthens the case for racially balanced schools—and uncovers additional advantages for students of all ethnicities.
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A new study of opioids reveals a tie between drug addiction and social connection.
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American society would be stronger and safer if it embraced people of all ethnicities, suggest the preliminary results of an on-going study.
According to a new study, children who live with parents with a sensory disability develop greater emotional skills.
The path to a healthy, successful, and meaningful life may not be what we expect.
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New research is exploring the brain regions linked to gratitude—and it helps explain gratitude's many benefits.
New research on sex in relationships shows the real reason it can benefit yours.
A physician learns how gratitude can bring more meaning and resilience to his work.
Researchers explore the complexity of well-being at the 5th World Congress on Positive Psychology.
New research suggests that anticipating the end of a good experience is an effective—but counterintuitive—way to enjoy it more.