The narrative of a growing cultural divide, while partly true, conceals a more nuanced picture
Civil War officers with working-class backgrounds held units together best
Revisiting decades of research, scholars find a theory of psychological strength emerges
A database of pre-industrial sampling supports historical and ethnographic research
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Research suggests the nations actually have similar feelings toward wealth
A clue that parents prefer a son: They have more kids when their firstborn is a girl
Can’t sell it, can’t borrow against it, can’t develop it
Measuring inbreeding allows study to isolate rulers from circumstances
In experiments, immorality and harm are deemed more extreme merely because an act was punished
Using parish records, researchers examine fundamental changes in society following the French Revolution
Using voting records from a unique transition in the 19th-century Caribbean, Christian Dippel examines the embrace of self-interest by new legislators
Nico Voigtländer found that to combat arbitrary taxes and corruption, merchants persuaded the king to cede control
Leaders of a failed 1848 revolt are followed to towns across the U.S.
Post-World War II Poland provides a unique setting to study mobility and success
The benefit to students increases over time