Research suggests we are increasingly not using our cars.
New research in 16 countries looks at pride, and finds that pride can have valuable, positive social side-effects.
Research suggests that your brain structure could affect your personality.
Peter Gollwitzer, psychology professor at New York University, explores how to break bad habits.
As the second day of Davos 2017 draws to a close. Here’s a quick recap of some of the day’s key moments.
Communications group Edelman has recorded the largest-ever drop of trust in business, government, the media, and NGOs.
Researchers have examined whether it is possible to increase empathy through formal training
Why are US, UK, and Japanese Millennials failing to realize their potential at just the moment we need fresh leadership on the global stage?
Companies openly championing LGBT rights are reaping the benefits. The rest of the world should follow suit.
Media organisations have a moral responsibility – now more than ever - to broaden their editorial approach to include news that somehow escapes the spotlight.
The average knowledge economy worker spends 28% of his or her time just reading and answering e-mail.
By preventing technology and innovation changes to be slowly integrated in our societies, we are just delaying the impact they will have.
In an increasingly interconnected world, money and material things can shout so loudly that they override our caring about other things. So how do we change?
By better understanding how the legacy of slavery has shaped our struggle for racial equality, we can collectively remember, acknowledge, learn, and perhaps ultimately, begin to heal.
There is no shame in being a refugee, and we must stand together for peace, decency and dignity for all those fleeing persecution and violence, says Yusra Mardini.