Well, that makes sense.
Psychologists and neuroscientists alike have begun to take a radically different stance on the empathy-is-good line of thinking.
Studies reveal that people as a whole seem to prefer literary styles of writing to science fiction styles, in terms of the word choices and language employed. They even unconsciously put less effort into reading science fiction, due to learned perspective on how these types of stories should unfold.
Americans do not fear guns nearly as highly as they fear Islamic terrorism. The reason for that, other than the information fed to America by propaganda, rhetoric and news, is something called risk perception — and it affects all of us.
A team of German researchers have found that consistent gaming had little no effect on a gamer’s sense of empathy.
After hundreds of years of fighting against psychotropic drugs, could they be doing more good than harm?
Turns out gay rights groups may have been barking up the wrong tree with the argument that people are born gay.