Adding a new member to a working group can create distrust between members and hinder group functions, but a new study suggests that the distrust created is between older group members rather than about the newcomers- especially ...
Gangs now occupy two spaces: the streets and the Internet.
(Phys.org)—The long-held belief that learning through imitation is restricted to humans has been cast in doubt by researchers at the University of St Andrews.
People who worry about workplace rejection or sabotage can end up bringing it upon themselves, according to University of British Columbia research.
(Phys.org) -- Social birds that forgo breeding to help to raise the offspring of other group members are far more likely care for their own close relatives than for more distant kin, a new study has found.
The Potomac River is much healthier today than it was 40 years ago, when its chemical-laced, sewage-laden waters helped inspire the 1972 Clean Water Act. But the Washington waterway still has a long way to go, as suggested ...
Facebook on Thursday began letting members of the world's leading online community take more of their pictures, posts, messages and other data home with them.
Researchers found that wild chimpanzees monitor the information available to other chimpanzees and inform their ignorant group members of danger.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists have observed a strategy for females to avoid unwanted male attention: choosing more attractive friends. Published today (7 December) in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the study ...
Swedes are among the world's most connected people and are swarming to the Internet at an ever earlier age, a study published Wednesday showed, indicating that half of Swedish three-year-olds have been online.