"Theory of mind" enables all people to naturally infer other people's mental states. Psychopaths don't seem to put much effort into the process.
For some people, the emotional pull of fictional characters is profoundly strong.
Maybe eyes really are windows into the soul — or at least into the brain, as a new study finds.
In a 2018 article, Gallup writer Ryan Pendell shared some frightening figures for business leaders. Public poll data showed that only a quarter of employees believed their leaders had a […]
Among history’s many thought leaders, Plato may sport the most impressive resume of the bunch. The Athenian philosopher founded the Academy. His Dialogues are required reading at every institution of […]
The business case for diversity and inclusion is overwhelming. We know that diverse teams benefit from increased productivity and a wider knowledge base. We know that varied perspectives help us […]
Malignant discrimination remains a problem in society, but it’s one we’ve improved upon compared to its historic highs—or, rather, lows. Interracial marriage, to pick one example of progress, used to […]
The physicist was both a gentleman and scholar.
[fusion_dropcap boxed=”no” boxed_radius=”” class=”” id=”” color=”#d84923″]”T[/fusion_dropcap]rust is so important to how we scale an idea. Without that trust, we don’t take risks. And without risk we don’t build that next […]
It wasn't until after President Lincoln's death that we would discover one of his most important lessons, hidden in his desk drawer.
In her new book, professor of psychology Lisa Feldman Barrett proposes a radical new theory of emotions.