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Pandemics can create a stronger sense of the common good, writes Professor Arie Kruglanski. A doctor with San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Free Clinic prepares to talk with homeless people about the coronavirus on Tuesday.

Op/ed: Three Ways the Pandemic Is Changing Who We Are

Coronavirus-related Stress Has Deep Internal Effects, Psychology Researcher Says

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Amid Coronavirus, Researchers Investigate Discrimination’s Impact

NSF Grant to Support UMBC-UMD Team Studying Racism Against Chinese Americans

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Roots of Revenge

Feuds, Other Conflicts May Have Neurological Basis, Psychology Study Finds

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Neurons

Adding Neuroscience? It Was a No-brainer

New Multi-college Major Debuting This Fall Finds High Demand

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Op/Ed: Voters Increasingly Lured by Leaders Who Prey on Fear

Psychologist Urges Democracies to Protect Themselves by Addressing a Rising Sense of Threat

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Birdsong, Chimp Calls and Baby Talk

Maryland Researchers Connect Animal Communication to Human Language in Special Journal Issue

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Diary

Op/Ed: Can Ordinary People’s Diaries Bridge Cultural Divides?

Psychology Researchers Found That Exposing Americans and Pakistanis to Each Other’s Private Writings Reduced Prejudice

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Emotional Benefits of Coming Out at Work

Research Looks at Impact of Concealing or Revealing Sexual Identity in the Workplace

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A Brexit supporter waves a sign as he demonstrates on Parliament Square in London on Wednesday.

Exploring the Foundations of Prejudice

Research Finds Social Norms, Perceived Threats Influence Nationalism, Intolerance Around the World

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Treatment Together

Study Explores Benefits of Addressing Undiagnosed Parental ADHD For Children With the Disorder

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Arie W. Kruglanski

Understanding Extremism, After Recent Mass Shootings

Noted Psychologist Explains 5 Factors of Violence

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Op/Ed: Are Syrian Refugees a Danger to the West?

Psychology Researchers Probe Mindset of Those Fleeing Middle East Hotspots

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