Two-thirds of romances start out as friendships.
Dunbar's number is a popular estimate for the maximum size of social groups. But new research suggests that it's a fictitious number based on flimsy data and bad theory.
Experts plead with Americans to keep gatherings limited this Thanksgiving, while families devise new ways to celebrate the holidays.
Building a personal connection with students can counteract some negative side effects of remote learning.
This is one of countless studies that prove the positive impact of social connection and intimacy while highlighting the negative impact of isolation and separation.
A study looks at the chemistry of couples engaged in different activities.
Thinking your life is worthwhile is correlated with a variety of positive outcomes.
Research says we overestimate the risk of truthtelling.
Economic necessity and growing isolation are making some middle-class families try coparenting, explains author Alissa Quart.
A recent study reflects that men view their female friends differently than women view their male friends – but by a pretty insignificant margin.