A new study investigates why people living in some states are less likely to seek psychological help. It seems they want to maintain a certain kind of reputation.
We are divided politically and culturally, but our differences go far beyond that. Regional variation in education, poverty, punishment, and language underscores the deep divide.
A study of more than 6,000 individuals in 55 nations found that factors related to climate can predict how a country’s residents feel about the color yellow.
In times of panic, anxiety, and sickness we are reminded of the emotional connection we have with maps. A good map should help you make sense of risk and uncertainty.
A new book offers ways of knowing the world around us in a way that will enrich your life.
What deep truths about human psychology did experiment with over a billion test subjects reveal?
When people in other groups die, what makes us care?
As we come to the end of 2020, with its lockdowns and harsh immigration policies, Sonia Shah’s book offers a new perspective for thinking about a future “on the move.”
New research examines geographical effects on people’s happiness.
Psychologists explore the trait of religiosity in relation to the Big Five.