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Are Republicans and Democrats Driven By Hatred of One Another? Less Than You Think.

When it comes to attitudes and behaviors among members of American political parties, the conventional wisdom is that hate is stronger than love. Americans’ perception of negative partisanship — that Democrats or Republicans are primarily driven by their hatred for their political opponents — has ballooned in recent years, particularly in the aftermath of the […]

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Study: People who felt their life was guided by meaningful values or goals were more willing to engage in COVID-19 protective behaviors

Why can some people weather the stress of social isolation better than others, and what implications does this have for their health? New research from the Communication Neuroscience Lab at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania found that people who felt a strong sense of purpose in life were less lonely […]

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Study: Delivering the News with Humor Makes Young Adults More Likely to Remember and Share

In the early decades of televised news, Americans turned to the stern faces of newsmen like Walter Cronkite, Tom Brokaw, and Dan Rather as trusted sources for news of the important events in America and around the world, delivered with gravitas and measured voices. The rise of comedy-news programs, helmed by the likes of Jon […]

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