But equally important, according to director of Northeastern University’s Sport in Society Dan Lebowitz, is modeling conciliatory behavior — especially in the case of an athlete like Armstrong, whose career … read more »
Humans often make snap judgements about who to trust. Most people will say “I didn’t like the look of that person,” but what that means, exactly, has been elusive. Now … read more »
Kids today may not be running around the neighborhood without fear like Beaver Cleaver, but the country is in the midst of low levels of crime not seen in decades, … read more »
The New Orleans Saints’ bounty-hunting scandal has rocked the NFL and provoked widespread outrage about the ethical violations involved in paying athletes to injure other players.
The events surrounding the police’s part in a British man’s death catalyzed riots that quickly spread in England this week. Although race tensions seem to influence the rioting, unemployment, cuts … read more »
To change the beliefs of an entire community, only 10 percent of the population needs to become convinced of a new or different opinion, suggests a new study. At that … read more »