The presence of someone’s voice is a vital component of interpersonal understanding.
Expressing gratitude improves the well-being of both the giver and the receiver, but people often fail to share their gratefulness—in part because of a miscalculation about how the receiver will perceive it.
Chicago Booth’s Marianne Bertrand, Nicholas Epley, and Erik Hurst discuss whether and how policy makers should take into account the distributional effects of economic policy.
Overcoming the barriers to social interaction could make you a significantly happier, and healthier, person.
People are more likely to think they’ve contributed more than their share to a project as groups get larger