New research is exploring how phubbing—ignoring someone in favor of our mobile phone—hurts our relationships, and what we can do about it.
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New research points to one reason joining a choir is good for your mental health.
Brené Brown's new book explores how our society can move past shame and hate toward empathy, connection, and true belonging.
If intimacy doesn't come naturally to you, new research suggests ways to improve your romantic relationships.
Humor researcher Thomas Ford explores how disparaging humor increases prejudice—and what we can do to laugh together again.
According to a new book, many of the things we learn about how to be successful are wrong.
The results from our social capital quiz reveal who feels the most socially connected, both in person and online.
SEL programs improve students' well-being, performance, and conduct—and a new research review suggests that these benefits are long-lasting.