For decades, higher education has often been cast as the villain in the story of U.S. religious decline. Past research supported these claims.
Urban demographic patterns in the United States often defy logic, but a new research paper co-authored by Harvard Kennedy School Professor Edward Glaeser is shedding light on why many Americans continue to move to cities ...
(AP)—Ask Americans to imagine life in 2050, and you'll get some dreary visions.
Americans don't trust each other anymore. We're not talking about the loss of faith in big institutions such as the government, the church or Wall Street, which fluctuates with events. For four decades, a gut-level ingredient ...
People who have had what they believe to be supernatural experiences are more likely to be "religious givers," with their behavior based on cost-benefit principles that apply in other transactions—whether they be through ...
Congregation size has an impact on how people view the reasons for racial inequality in America, according to a new study by researchers at Baylor University and the University of Southern California.
A University of Portland study challenges the popular perception that there is a "new and pervasive hookup culture" among contemporary college students.
Growing up with siblings may provide some protection against divorce as an adult, a new nationwide study reveals.
Smart people are just as racist as their less intelligent peers—they're just better at concealing their prejudice, according to a University of Michigan study.
The children of migrants to Australia are more trusting than those whose parents settled in America, University of Melbourne research has found.