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Morality plays a role in everyday lives, from interactions with friends and strangers, to political views and social influences.
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Washington, DC - Some research shows facts are better received when presented on their own. Other studies show facts are more accepted when interwoven with stories; stories can help bridge emotional connections.
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American liberals and conservatives have different views on equity, according to a new study focusing on Moral Foundations Theory, but are not that different from each other when it comes to the “Protestant work ethic.”
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Washington, DC / Amsterdam, Netherlands - In light of the election and ballot victories of populist, anti-establishment movements, many people have been trying to better understand the behaviors and motivations of voters.
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For Asian Americans who are gay or lesbian, their sexual orientation may make them seem more “American” than those who are presumed straight.
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New psychology research reveals 23 - 33% of women in an online study say they’ve engaged in a “foodie call,” where they set up a date for a free meal. These women score high on the “dark triad” of personality traits as well.

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