Topic: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Japan and Germany each announced goals last week to put more women in top company slots. Yet their approaches differ. And new research indicates gender qualities can't be stereotyped according to sexual differences. This suggests official bias based on sex could be misplaced.
Earth Day 2012 finds public support for the environment sagging. Yet an eminent British thinker finds hope in the moral constraints of a love for one's local community.
A new study supports skeptics of psychic abilities. Researchers failed to find evidence to support claims that extrasensory perception is real.
'Layaway angels' and the phenomenon of jewelry and coins being dropped into Salvation Army kettles shows Americans may be looking for social connections in their giving this holiday season.
12/21/2011 02:45 pm
The United States, which had the highest gross domestic product per capita, can't claim to be as happy as Denmark and New Zealand.
07/01/2010 06:26 pm