How do emotions shape social interactions?
Psychologist Michael W. Kraus explores the emotional and hierarchical dynamics of human social interactions. He has studied how the rich think differently from the poor, how smiling can affect the outcome of a fight, and how physical contact—like high fives and chest bumps—might help NBA teams win. Learn more »
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Diversity and representation issues are important to our ongoing discussion of best research practices: A discussion about how we should do research would be better if it included all the kinds of people who conduct said research.