Stereotypes can seriously hurt a country's business, but new research reveals that products still come before reputation when it comes to trade.
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.
Researchers found that people exhibited good behavior when they thought others were observing them.
A new study suggests that even children as young as 5-year-olds are pretty selfish, but would show a generous behavior, if they know their actions are being watched.