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Areas of UK where more people voted 'remain' saw smaller increases in hate crimes following historic Brexit votePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 hourssaveRefWorks
Body neutrality: What it is and how it can help lead to more positive body imagePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 hourssaveRefWorks
Migration as morality politicsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 hourssaveRefWorks
Long-term renters evicted during housing boom face homelessnessPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 hourssaveRefWorks
Women in Antarctica face assault and harassment, and a legacy of exclusion and mistreatmentPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 hourssaveRefWorks
Want more diversity in corporate America? Get rid of some programsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 hourssaveRefWorks
Just 20% of climate change studies are 'written by women'PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences9 hourssaveRefWorks
Veterans in the workplace face unwelcome hero worshipPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences11 hourssaveRefWorks
Continual, clear, factual texting is key to first responder team success, researcher findsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 hourssaveRefWorks
Who has your back in a weather emergency?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 hourssaveRefWorks
Conspiracy theories flourish on YouTube, study reportsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences12 hourssaveRefWorks
'Authentic leaders' could inspire athletes to curb aggression: studyPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences17 hourssaveRefWorks
Empathizing with the opposition may make you more politically persuasivePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Going 'rogue': Researchers discover viral trend in global marketingPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
How does Airbnb contribute to projecting the image of tourist destinations?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Five steps every researcher should take to ensure participants are not harmed and are fully heardPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Bandits are losing interest in robbing banks, as some crimes no longer payPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Why are audiences obsessed with stories about liars, grifters and cheats?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences1 daysaveRefWorks
Facebook posts seeking missing Black children get much less attention than posts of white kidsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
New book examines gender on legal response to domestic violencePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Study: Black prosecutors are more punitive toward Black and Latinx defendantsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Online fandom communities can facilitate state censorship, according to new researchPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Nobel prizes most often go to researchers who defy specialization, synthesize innovations from varied fieldsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Researchers find numerical ratings of human feelings have valuePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
It's great, I swear: Profanity can make product reviews more persuasivePHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
How small acts of kindness can make you happier and healthierPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
How Hurricane Ian and other disasters are becoming a growing source of inequality, even among the middle classPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Uncertainty and lifestyle are reasons to postpone having children in FinlandPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Why mending it, not ending it, should become latest fashion trend for consumersPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Walkable cities lead to healthier residentsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Listeners may adapt to speaker-specific acoustics, study showsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences2 dayssaveRefWorks
Study shows how math, science identity in students affects college, career outcomesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
One of the worst stadium tragedies in history: An expert explains what led to the soccer stampede in IndonesiaPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
The term 'achievement gap' fosters a negative view of Black studentsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
Native Americans' decades-long struggle for control over sacred lands is making progressPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
Using real world experiments to study mechanisms of inequality in the US and Latin AmericaPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
What do slogans at demonstrations tell us?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences3 dayssaveRefWorks
Horrible bosses cause 'race to the bottom,' study findsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Shoppers more likely to buy on Pi Day and other 'special' day-themed promotionsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Understanding social dilemmas through games—the development of moral norms encourages selfless behaviorPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Not just a joke: We scoured TikTok for anti-Asian humor during the pandemic, and found too many disappointing memesPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
National survey reveals a quarter of Australians lack knowledge about the HolocaustPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Liking another group doesn't mean you dislike your ownPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Collective effort is needed to help children thrive following exposure to online risksPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
What's the future of in-person work?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences6 dayssaveRefWorks
Almost 60% of secondary school students in public schools can identify fake newsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
UN slavery estimate raises question: Are 50 million people really enslaved today?PHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Study finds law enforcement is hampering harm reduction programsPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Good coffee, bad coffee: The curious tastes of cultural omnivoresPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
Study shows children of lower economic status more willing to make risky decisions than wealthier childrenPHYSorg.com: Social Sciences7 dayssaveRefWorks
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