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Social media really is making us more morally outraged
Platforms like Twitter may amplify engrained human behaviors, but a future filled with healthy discourse and productive conversations isn't impossible.
Why do other people’s embarrassing acts make us cringe?
When someone does something cringe-worthy, it might be more about you than them.
How long can an event hold humanity’s attention? There’s an equation for that.
Societies forget, and this physicist wants to know why.
Americans spend more time alone than ever—but that doesn’t mean we’re lonely
But social media might not be a longterm solution.
Running might be kind of contagious
Are you working out today because your friend went jogging yesterday?
Your brain activity might predict which articles you read will go viral
Even if you wouldn't share them yourself
How to Use Social Psychology to Squash Discrimination
How you can use social psychology to squash discrimination
What Social Psychology Says About Darren Wilson And Michael Brown
What does it mean for a black teen to seem "like a demon"?
Certain People Are Much More Prone To Catch Contagious Yawns
Susceptibility seems to decrease with age.
Study: People Are Mean To Their Unattractive Co-Workers
"Hot or Not" as research tool.