In Behave, Robert Sapolsky offers an inspired synthesis of how biology shapes human behavior—both the good and the bad.
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This is a time of intense political partisanship. How can we avoid feeding hate and distrust in our children?
Being around people who are different from us makes us more creative, diligent, and hard-working.
Humor researcher Thomas Ford explores how disparaging humor increases prejudice—and what we can do to laugh together again.
Research suggests that our brains may be wired for altruism, but there’s a catch—well, five of them, actually.
A sense of purpose makes us physically and psychologically stronger. But what if your purpose is hateful and destructive?
A complex new study strengthens the case for racially balanced schools—and uncovers additional advantages for students of all ethnicities.
Stephen Hinshaw explores what it meant to be raised by a father with psychosis—and how that experience has informed his work as a psychologist.