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Seeking success after serving in the military
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What science reveals about morality, and how to make better moral decisions.
For veterans in college aiming for success: Follow these guidelines.
Why do we love feeling afraid, but also hate it? The paradox is simpler than you think.
How do you care about your future self? The answer will surprise you.
Why do we love blaming others? Research explains this quirk in our psychology.
How do children think about right and wrong? Research overturns old ideas.
Do people change their minds about facts if they're paid? Research suggests the answer is yes.
You think you are in control of your own thoughts and behavior. But social psychology tells a different story.
Are rich people truly happier? The answer will surprise you.
Are successful people always stressed? Not the happy ones.
Self-esteem can be dangerous. Here is a better option backed by research.
Interested in doing psychology research? These five tips will help.
What can sleeplessness, stress, and sexist attitudes tell us about how our minds work?
Are you often distracted? Some tips to stay focused.
Are your morals based on reason? Research suggests they might not be.
Research sheds light on our resistance to change.
What challenges do military veterans face when adapting to college social norms?
Each year, thousands of men and women transition out of the military. It is important that they understand the options available to them.
Rob Henderson is an Eli Whitney scholar at Yale University, where he studies psychology. He served in the Air Force from 2007-2015.