“It Wasn’t My Idea to Come Here!”: Young Women Lack Ownership of the Idea to Immigrate

Fights and problems are part of healthy relationships. Relationships are incomplete without fights and arguments.

How You Feel About People is Related to How You Feel About Cities

How You Feel About People is Related to How You Feel About Cities - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research

Holding Hands Triggers Help-Seeking Tendencies

Holding Hands Triggers Help-Seeking Tendencies

A Measure of the Influence of Demand Characteristics

The Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB) began certifying nurses in 1978 as a way to recognize and differentiate the value of expert nurses from those at an entry level.

Prejudice Against Migrants: Is It Because They're Too Hard to Think About?

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Immigrants Should Be Independent and Proactive to Achieve Better Social Integration

Osteosarcoma - a rare cancer of the bone - has been difficult to treat. Now scientists are looking at the genetic make-up of young people with the disease in hopes of finding better ways to diagnose and treat it. (Click the picture to read more.

Social Class Differences in Mental Health: Do Parenting Style and Friendship Play a Role?

Social Class Differences in Mental Health: Do Parenting Style and Friendship Play a Role? - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research

Explaining Social Class Differences in Social Integration at University

An Hour Away From Bali, These Hidden Party Islands Are The Perfect Alternative To Thailand

“I am Working-Class”: Self-Identification as a Measure of Social Class in Educational Research

“I am Working-Class”: Self-Identification as a Measure of Social Class in Educational Research - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research

Let's Show Them the Ropes: Why University Friends May Help Australia’s New Intake of Working-Class Students to Succeed

Let's Show Them the Ropes: Why University Friends May Help Australia’s New Intake of Working-Class Students to Succeed - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research

Ingroup Favoritism is not all about Beating the Outgroup. Low Status Groups also use it to Achieve Intergroup Equality

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Boys Don’t Cry, But They Can Be Sensitive! Changing Evaluations of Counterstereotypical People

Boys Don’t Cry, But They Can Be Sensitive! Changing Evaluations of Counterstereotypical People - Mark Rubin's Social Psychology Research

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