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Study confirms the existence of a special kind of groupthink in large groups.
Turns out gender assumptions have been going on for quite some time.
Scientists confirm that slow blinks are an effective way to connect with a cat.
A 12-year long study examines the differences between how same-sex and different-sex couples argue, with some surprising results.
The physicist was both a gentleman and scholar.
Cat owners are no more likely to be crazy than you.
The Portal promises to be a deep dive into the possible.
Conversation helps sexual satisfaction and desire, especially with partners in committed relationships.
Here's why "glue people" won't get steamrolled by job automation.
At one point, America needed to be called a Judeo-Christian nation. Now, with growing populations of Muslims, Evangelicals, Sikhs, Atheists, and other faiths, what should America call itself next?
Unfortunately, this means that drivers act more aggressively on the road when spotting cyclists.
This may be more common in mammals than we'd thought.
Here's how to set clear expectations about household management.
Studies from neuroscience highlight how the brain both helps with and prevents collaboration.
The Belgian psychotherapist has a lot to teach us.
Sponsored by the Charles Koch Foundation.
A guide to making difficult conversations possible—and peaceful—in an increasingly polarized nation.
Unlikely allies can solve society's most complex problems.