Humor researcher Thomas Ford explores how disparaging humor increases prejudice—and what we can do to laugh together again.
Certain ways of thinking about gender, sexuality, and race could lead people to support programs and legislation that keep social groups separated.
A sense of purpose makes us physically and psychologically stronger. But what if your purpose is hateful and destructive?
American society would be stronger and safer if it embraced people of all ethnicities, suggest the preliminary results of an on-going study.
When is a political apology likely to be well-received? A new study explores the contributing factors.
Research suggests that someone from a disadvantaged background might run the economy with more compassion and integrity.
Our opinions are often based in emotion and group affiliation, not facts. Here’s how to engage productively when things get heated.
Brené Brown's new book explores how our society can move past shame and hate toward empathy, connection, and true belonging.