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What the Favorite TV Shows of Trump Supporters Can Tell us...

Aaron Duncan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln According to new data, supporters of Donald Trump prefer to get their news from television and enjoy watching crime dramas. These...

In the wake of tragedy, Trump takes rhetoric of fear to...

Stephanie A. Martin, Southern Methodist University and Christopher Salinas, Southern Methodist University Donald Trump’s remarks in the aftermath of the Orlando shooting massacre – especially...

Why do people risk their lives – or….

Why do people risk their lives – or the lives of others – for the perfect selfie? Michael Weigold, University of Florida 2016 hasn’t been a...

More female traders can minimise market crashes – here’s how

Dan Ladley, University of Leicester While the scenes depicted in the film The Wolf of Wall Street might be extreme, they do reflect a truth:...

Why is it so tough for some to exorcise…

Why is it so tough for some to exorcise the ghosts of their romantic pasts? Lauren Howe, Stanford University A friend once grumbled that, given the...

A small Norwegian city might hold the answer…

A small Norwegian city might hold the answer to beating the winter blues Kari Leibowitz, Stanford University Many dread the approaching winter – the darkness, frigid...

For pro athletes on the cusp of retirement, what psychological challenges...

Maria Doelger Anderson, Boston University Some of the biggest names in professional sports are facing retirement. David Ortiz and Kobe Bryant recently announced that they’ll...

Distance running is a perfect lab…

Distance running is a perfect lab to investigate whether men are more competitive than women Robert Deaner, Grand Valley State University What are the psychological...

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