It is time to go back to the question about the chances of contracting Covid-19 before getting the vaccine.
Is there no stopping our drive to favor our ingroups over outgroups? Is it even worth trying?
Even under the best of circumstances, it can be extremely difficult to admit when we are wrong. Why is that?
Does anyone seriously believe the US FDA would approve a vaccine for millions of Americans without overwhelming scientific evidence of safety?
Although many anti-maskers accuse mask wearers of being sheep, the label may fit both sides. Does it fit either side more? And how can this discussion help us fight the pandemic?
We’re obsessed with what’s sexually “normal.” This implies there’s a pattern that’s expected. But recent research teaches to expect the unexpected. We’re all sexually unique.
Even scientists may not see what they are saying is just repackaging old wisdom (anthropologists call it cultural knowledge) relabeled to come across as newsworthy and substantial.
Psychology-related thoughts to trigger your own in New Year’s conversations.
As we approach New Years Eve, can social media holiday selfies be contributing to COVID-19 Risk? If a picture is worth a thousand words, selfies might be speaking volumes.
Mammals live in herds for protection from predators, and we’ve inherited a brain that rewards you with oxytocin when you stick with the herd. But herd life is not all warm and fuzzy.