Office politics might feel unavoidable, but they don't have to be a barrier to success.
Recent data shows that people in more racially diverse communities are more willing to help others.
Some educational psychologists believe that the curriculum needs a dose of play.
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The Early Church taught people to trust in God, but what lessons could there be for policymakers?
A new book explores how the emotion manifests itself day-to-day.
Teaching autonomous vehicles to drive in everyday situations is far more complex than you might think.
AI may get things right, but for all the wrong reasons.
Satya Nadella's leadership has led Microsoft to new fortunes, but how can empathy spark technological innovation?
With campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp dominating the media, it's time we paid attention to the religious stereotypes that are on the rise.
For years, empathy has been linked to upbringing. But new research suggests your ability to understand others comes from within.
Philip K. Dick's acclaimed novel 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' highlights empathy as the key difference between man and machine, but will that be the case for long?
With automation becoming a risk to the jobs of future generations, playing might provide the education that puts them on top.
Being kind boosts your mood and in turn can make you more kind, according to research.
Encouraging people to look after their health means we need to play to their emotions.