Pet cemeteries reveal rise of belief in pet afterlife

Whilst many have explored changing social trends with human cemeteries, few archeologists have studied the animal equivalent. Dr. Eric Tourigny examined the graves at pet cemeteries in Newcastle and London over 100 years—starting ...

Successful leaders are 'one of us'

A successful leader is one who creates a shared sense of "us-ness" in the groups they lead, according to University of Queensland research.

The Pentecostal movement seeks a healthier form of community

Pentecostalism is the largest and fastest growing branch of Christianity in the world after the Catholic Church. Thanks to its focus on missionary work, Pentecostalism wields significant power particularly in areas where ...

To thine own self be true on Facebook

Individuals who express themselves more authentically on Facebook tend to report higher levels of subjective well-being. The findings, published in Nature Communications, suggest that if users engage in self-expression on ...

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