Perception of group diversity depends on the race of the observer and the extent to which they worry about discrimination.
Though psychopaths and antisocial people may seem similar, what occurs in their brains isn’t.
People are more inclined to take mutually beneficial risks if they know what others know.
When did homo sapiens become a more sophisticated species? Not until our skulls underwent “feminization.”
Dealing with violent content takes a heavy toll on some reporters.
Yes, but apparently only women who grew up poor.
People on Facebook are more influenced by their immediate community than by popular opinion.
Without more specific analysis, personal health tools tend to leave the “burden of synthesis on the self-tracker.”
Recent research suggests that if we pay economically disadvantaged women to buy more produce, many will.
Want to know whether he—or she—is into you? Watch their eyes.
A weekly roundup of the best of Pacific Standard and PSmag.com, delivered straight to your inbox.