A bank error sent a Pennsylvania couple on a spending spree. What does their case reveal about the bad and good in humanity?
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Research suggests that adolescents thrive when they can make a meaningful difference in their communities.
A new study finds that more prosocial people are less aggressive in competition—but they tend to win out in the long run.
According to a new study, even people who have committed crimes feel good when they give to others.
Research suggests that thinking about the future—a process known as prospection—can help us lead more generous and fulfilled lives.
Pioneering psychologist Ed Diener explains how policymakers can facilitate the pursuit of happiness.