A new study finds that people who are curious about threatening or dangerous situations are more likely to buy into conspiracy theories.
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A new study finds that students who learn about gratitude for a month are less likely to bully their peers.
New research with prairie voles questions the idea that oxytocin is the driver of romantic attachment and good parenting.
American police are not well trained compared to those in other countries. That needs to change if we want to prevent incidents like the one…
Polls suggest people are getting angrier. But there are good ways to tone it down—for the sake of ourselves and others.
Well-being researchers discuss the benefits of purpose in a crisis and how we can cultivate it at home and at work.
Character education might be the key to a better internet and help kids flourish online, suggests a team of researchers in the U.K.
Today, we wear masks to celebrate Halloween and ward off disease—but the mask has deep roots in human history. Here’s what masks mean to us.