Can Good Coworkers Save Us From Job Burnout?
Maintaining healthy and good relationships with coworkers may help mitigate the risks of workplace burnout.
There’s No Template for Emotional Intelligence
A templated response to any situation is the antithesis of an emotionally in-tune reaction.
Science Says: Alcohol Can Make You More Social
It might not sound like a shocking conclusion, but there was surprisingly little research on the question.
How Facebook Revived the Epistolary Friendship
Would today's online, social media-based friendships look familiar to the letter-writing friends of earlier centuries, when epistolary friendships were also common?
How The “Fag Hag” Went From Hated to Celebrated
At its core, the relationship between single women and gay men has longstanding historical roots.
Friend or Faux? The Linguistic Trickery of False Friends
"False friends" appear or sound like words in their own language, but have different meanings in others. They give us insight into how language changes.