Time and time again research on gaining or losing romantic partners, passing or failing exams, winning or losing elections has found they have little effect on our long-term happiness.
A new experiment finds that hairstylists who compliment their customers earn one third more in tips.
The Manipulation of Human Behavior, published in 1961, contains techniques for interrogation and brainwashing.
The experiment that inspired a novel, two films, countless TV programs, re-enactments and even a band.
In my countdown of the of all time, the clear front runner is former Yale and Harvard social psychologist, Stanley Milgram.
Susan Hughes and colleagues know how to spice up an academic paper.
Hollywood actor Owen Wilson’s recent suicide attempt once more raises the question of what leads people to take their own life.
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