When people are presented choices on a computer screen, how they move their mouse can predict future decisions and underlying preferences, a Yale study finds.
A new study finds that many children are willing to make personal sacrifices to punish wrongdoers — especially if it will teach the transgressor a lesson.
The ability to replicate materials at the atomic level has attracted significant attention from materials scientists. However, the current technology is limited by a number...
In an online discussion, Jacob Hacker, David Mayhew, Isabela Mares, Alan Gerber, Christina Kinane, and Saad Omer offered perspective on the 2020 elections.
With education and grassroots organizing, Yale’s Daniel HoSang has been helping teachers in New Haven and beyond develop anti-racist curricula in their schools.
Yale literature professor Peter Brooks discusses the career of Honoré de Balzac, and what he finds inspiring about the prolific French author’s life and work.
Yale geologists David Evans and R. Damian Nance make the case for and against the existence of an ancient supercontinent.