Why do people love IKEA furniture, cake mixes, and apple-picking? Psychology.
Research shows that the advertising we see in childhood stays with us for a very, very long time.
Social media has made constant exposure a common experience. To learn how to deal with the attention, maybe we should look to the first celebrities.
This non-exhaustive list of readings in African American Studies highlights the vibrant history of the discipline and introduces the field.
Research reveals few differences between the parenting of gay men and their straight peers.
"Groupthink" describes the systematic errors groups can make when facing important collective decisions. How can it be avoided?
This non-exhaustive reading list highlights some of the key debates and conceptual shifts in disability studies.
New research shows that people with depression use absolute words, such as "always," "nothing," or "completely," more often than others.
While writing her forthcoming book about Polynesia, the author discovered the work of Teuira Henry, a scholar and folklorist who studied ancient Tahiti.
Gender studies developed alongside and emerged out of Women’s Studies. This non-exhaustive list introduces readers to scholarship in the field.