Does "speed reading" always decrease comprehension?
Humans see our own expressions everywhere, especially on dolphins and domesticated pets.
Should the term curator be used broadly or narrowly? Can it cover professional museum curators as well as Pinterest boards?
Studies by psychologists, behavioral scientists, political theorists, and economists suggest that moral outrage has social benefits.
In The Atlantic on Sunday, Devony Looser discussed the 20-year-old film adaptation of Sense and Sensibility.
The US has created its own "civil religion," a complex body of ambiguous public assertions of faith that obscure the varied, private beliefs of the populace.
A weekly deep dive into the scholarship around a current news story. This week: Barbie.
Recent studies beg the question: Is the mid-life crisis universal or is it a phenomenon limited to a certain class and privilege level?
Theories from psychology, education, philosophy, and sociology, show how complex and subconscious the feeling of empathy can be.
Multiple research bodies show how climate change and natural disasters cause migration and refugees crises.