New research suggests that anticipating the end of a good experience is an effective—but counterintuitive—way to enjoy it more.
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New research suggests that people who laugh together like each other more.
Emiliana Simon-Thomas shares the key truths about happiness that are most meaningful to learners.
A series of experiments suggest that awe causes us to have a smaller sense of self, which shapes our social networks in positive ways.
A new study suggests that online social networks become more active after someone dies, which may help in the healing process.
Our political and social systems don't support fundamental human needs, says Gabor Mate—which affects our ability to deal with traumatic events.
According to two new studies, we need practice dealing with our difficult feelings—and we get it from helping other people manage their own.
Research suggests that being curious might be a social glue that strengthens our relationships.