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In Behave, Robert Sapolsky offers an inspired synthesis of how biology shapes human behavior—both the good and the bad.
A new study links student participation in SEL programs to voter participation later in life.
Brené Brown's new book explores how our society can move past shame and hate toward empathy, connection, and true belonging.
This is a time of intense political partisanship. How can we avoid feeding hate and distrust in our children?
The results from our social capital quiz reveal who feels the most socially connected, both in person and online.
American society would be stronger and safer if it embraced people of all ethnicities, suggest the preliminary results of an on-going study.
When is a political apology likely to be well-received? A new study explores the contributing factors.