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Read about the latest research published in Clinical Psychological Science: Involuntary Autobiographical Memory and Future Thought Predicting Hallucination Proneness Mélissa C. Allé, Fabrice Berna, and Dorthe Berntsen Allé and colleagues conducted two studies using validated scales to test the...
There is a certain rhythm to the swing of sibling relations. We resent our brothers and sisters in childhood. We support them in adulthood. We sue them after the reading of the will. The choreographer of this dance, as in so many others, is competition. When we lobby our parents for their affection...
fter decades of screening potential leaders for charm and charisma, some employers are realizing they’ve been missing one of the most important traits of all: humility. In an era when hubris is rewarded on social media and in business and politics, researchers and employment experts say turning the...
I can’t imagine my teenage self—or any girl I knew—doing anything like what Christine Blasey Ford described teenage boys doing to her. Watching the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing last week, I was struck by the feeling that the Brett Kavanaugh she described and I both went to something called...

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