So often we feel stuck in our lives. Maybe we’re in a dead-end job, or we can’t seem to find a healthy romantic relationship, or we keep procrastinating on starting to exercise. As we struggle to improve our lives,...
We often think of prejudice as a matter of individual choice—but a new study suggests that it can arise among many people in societies facing environmental threats. In 2011, University of Maryland psychologist Michele Gelfand conducted a 33-nation...
This year’s Oscar nominees for Best Picture tend to emphasize the worst in humanity. For example, Joker is about the descent into homicidal madness. Jojo Rabbit is about one of the worst events in human history, the Nazi Holocaust....