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Researchers have uncovered a link between the Great Migration and present-day racial bias.
People with more positive perceptions of their nation’s institutions are more likely to show favoritism toward fellow citizens, new research finds.
New research finds that guilt-prone people are less likely to accept bribes, particularly when the act would cause obvious harm to other people.
New research offers insight about the way we choose to take photographs.
New research in Social Psychological and Personality Science suggests that the way you feel about your close relationships may be affecting the way your body functions.
New research shows that people in consensually non-monogamous relationships report experiencing a negative social stigma that takes a toll on their well-being.
In Crises Like the COVID-19 Pandemic, Thinking About What Really Matters Can Make People More Likely to Save Lives
When a person is facing a life-or-death decision, considering how certain aspects of the situation should affect their choice can make them more likely to save lives.
New research examines White Americans’ attitudes toward welfare policies.