Drawing on thousands of emails from Enron, researchers have created a method to bring better manners to our communications via "politeness transfer."
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A new analysis of Facebook comments show how social media and identity can lead to hate and dehumanization of other people, step by step.
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The language Americans use and their support for certain policies like the death penalty indicate who's most likely to dehumanize immigrants.
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To help a friend or family member get through stress, you should avoid certain kinds of messages, according to new research. Instead, try validation.
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Narrative makes scientists seem warmer and more trustworthy, researchers report. It's a strategy that could boost trust in science.
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Personal stories can help build trust in science communication, researchers say. But that means scientists have to trust their audience, too.
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Photojournalism revealed the adulterated products and other horrors of the Chicago meatpacking industry, sparking both the novel "The Jungle" and real change.
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The specifc wording of news reports about car crashes can shift perceptions about what happened and who's to blame for the accident.
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To successfully pitch creative ideas to your project leader, the first step is determining which of two creative types they are.
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Artificial intelligence can help fight hate speech online by boosting social media comments that support marginalized groups, researchers say.
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