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The Root of All Cruelty?
Perpetrators of violence, we’re told, dehumanize their victims. The truth is worse.
The New Yorker
Why It Pays to Cooperate With Your Enemies
Rural villagers from the country of Georgia played a series of experimental games to suss out cooperative feelings toward fellow villagers and ethnically diverse neighbors.
The Psychology of Taking a Knee
The backlash against protests by Colin Kaepernick and other athletes raises all sorts of scientific questions.
Why Do People Die Fighting for a Cause?
To beat your enemies, you must understand them intimately. And so anthropologist Scott Atran and his colleagues have spent the last two years interviewing Islamic State group fighters and their opponents on the front lines.
Why Are People Still Racist? What Science Says About America’s Race Problem
Two psychologists explore the roots of racism.
Speaking of Science, The Washington Post
Why Your Brain Hates Other People
And how to make it think differently.
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