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The principles of good communication for couples could also apply to divided Americans.
We are more likely to make choices for the greater good when we assume a “veil of ignorance,” a new study suggests.
When someone needs help, what is your first impulse?
According to a new study, mentally preparing for your workday is key.
Influencing teens to make healthy choices is a tricky task.
A new study finds that more prosocial people are less aggressive in competition—but they tend to win out in the long run.
A new book looks at why people conform to others’ expectations and how it can be a force for good and bad decision making.