Five Ways Music Can Make You a Better Person
Can listening to music change your behavior for the better?
“Love Hormone” Experiment Shows How the Brain Tricks Us Into Making Friends
Stanford University scientists revealed that as bursts of oxytocin coincide with positive social interactions, our brains are overwhelmed with a feeling of reward.
Are You Part of a Social Group? Making Sure You Are Will Improve Your Health
Social connectedness is at least as good for your health as quitting smoking or exercise. So what is it and how can you get some of it?
People Are Intensely Loyal to Groups Which Abuse Newcomers. Why?
Why do unpleasant hazing practices manage to remain so appealing that individuals are willing to risk legal punishment, injury, and even death to keep the practices alive?
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