Study Reveals Why We Trust Some Strangers and Not Others
Researchers probe how we make an initial judgment on whether to trust or cooperate with others.
Can Children Save Us From the Fake News Epidemic?
Child development research may hold the answer to our brutally partisan deadlock.
THINK, NBC News
How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds
Research suggests that as the brain grows dependent on phone technology, the intellect weakens.
The Wall Street Journal
Evangelicals Fear Muslims; Atheists Fear Christians: New Poll Shows How Americans Mistrust One Another
A Baylor University survey polls people about their perceptions of their fellow U.S. citizens.
The Washington Post
AI Can Be a Troublesome Teammate
AI is a focused intelligence, groomed for maximum perfection. That’s why, research shows, most people don’t trust it.
Harvard Business Review
Why Are We Reluctant to Trust Robots?
Psychology research provides a clue: we seem to have a fundamental mistrust of individuals who make moral decisions by calculating costs and benefits — like computers do.
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