In-Group Favoritism

by Volume 14, Number 1 “With Malice Toward None and Charity for Some” is the provocative title of a 2014 article in the American Psychologist, authored by social psychologists Anthony Greenwald, PhD and Thomas Pettigrew, PhD. The thesis of the…

Emotional Diversity

by Volume 13, Number 12 Acute inflammation is an important and essential feature of the immune system’s response to a pathogen (such as an infection) or an injury, and subsequent process of tissue repair and healing. However, chronic inflammation is…

Judging “Truth”

by Volume 13, Number 10 There are many health-related topics where people decide for themselves what is true, and subsequently behave accordingly. Among these are decisions about immunizations, use of prescription medications versus “natural” products, what constitutes a “healthy” diet,…

Walking and Conflict

by Volume 13, Number 8 Walking is arguably the most basic form of physical activity, and its associated health benefits have been well established. Walking has made its way into the workplace in the form of walking meetings and/or treadmill…