Most Americans say it doesn’t matter if their co-workers are men or women. But for those with a preference, men say they would rather work with men—and women say the same.
Everyone knows that our genes predispose us to be tall or short, blue-eyed blonds or brown-eyed brunettes, smart or not-so-smart. Now new research finds that, to a surprisingly large degree, our genes also shape our political beliefs and orientation.
Two sociologists have found that parents who have daughters are more inclined to support the GOP and turn a cold shoulder to Democrats.
Forget Romeo and Juliet or Cleopatra and Marc Antony. At least when it comes to politics, one of the great love affairs of all time may have been between Lyndon Johnson and… himself.
A new study suggests that the divorce of a friend or close relative dramatically increases the chances that you too will divorce.
A new study finds that mortality rates increase during upward cycles in the economy, and decrease during downward cycles.
Second-generation immigrants are just “catching up” with the rest of us, a new study says.
A study using a novel research method raises questions.
Blame “social desirability” bias.
Do prizes result in more brilliant work from the world’s best and brightest? Apparently not, at least in mathematics.