Mean bosses are bad for team cooperation, according to a new study. Researchers from Michigan State University revealed that managers who are abusive to individual employees could actually trigger team conflicts.
Previous studies show that men are more competitive and women are more cooperative. However, the latest study reveals that hierarchy may complicate this picture. New research reveals that women of different social or professional "ranks" show less cooperation than men of different ranks.
Two stressed people may equal less stress, a new study suggests.
Wealth inequality may boost cooperation, a new study suggests.
Making music help boosts pro-social behavior and problem-solving skills in young children, a new study suggests.
Even five-year-olds understand the concept of reputation. A new study reveals that children are significantly more likely to be kind to peers who demonstrate helpfulness.
Evolution never helps the selfish, according to scientists.
Toddlers value people who help them, and are motivated to return the favor, a new study suggests.