Young people are easily deceived by information online, but they can learn the skills to detect misinformation.
Americans are stressed out by their presidential election. These questions will help you check in with yourself—and perhaps boost your resilience.
A new study suggests that social and economic justice in your country play a large role in your happiness.
A narcissist's bad behavior infects their organizational culture even after they're gone.
Most movie theaters are closed, but many new movies are coming straight to your TV that might help you find meaning and laughter in lockdown.
Jazz techniques can teach us something about bridging differences and elevating diverse perspectives.
Today, Starbucks is closing its stores to educate employees about racial bias. Will it work?
Liberals and conservatives show different levels of empathy and desire to help others, even within their own group.
Can we correct for unconscious prejudice in law enforcement? Former police officer Tracie Keesee says yes.
Evidence says that implicit racial bias influences police in deciding which cars to stop. But there's a better way, argues Jack Glaser.
The new Disney film raises tough questions about prejudice for parents and teachers to explore with children.
The new science of bias suggests that we all carry prejudices within ourselves—and we all have the tools to keep them in check.
New research explains how America's political divide is fueled by group dynamics (not just differences of opinion).
We round up the most-read Greater Good articles from the past year—and our editors pick the best of the rest.