Issue 36: Why "freethinkers" are often conformists; a one-day sale on 'The Power of Us'; anonymity doesn't always produce online trolls; and the comple…
Issue 35: Navigating a polarized Thanksgiving dinner; the paradox of individualism; and the Research Round Up
Issue 34: More lessons about social identity from 'The Power of Us'; the nature of our political divides; and a whole bunch of podcasts
Issue 33: Key lessons about social identity from 'The Power of Us'; understanding stereotypes through the lens of identity; effective role models; and …
Issue 32: Why solutions to groupthink involve more leadership, not less; liking for open-minded political allies; when people support economic redistri…
Issue 31: On what the Facebook Papers tell us about technology and group psychology; making out-group friends at summer camp; and remembering Donald Ta…
Issue 30: Understanding why bystanders intervene; new research on COVID-19 and on criminal justice reform; and a review of 'The Power of Us' from a you…
Issue 29: Building our community; the research round up; recent events and an invitation to our book launch party
Issue 28: The link between food and identity; the 'bias blind spot'; partisan misperceptions; and an invitation to our book launch party
Issue 27: An interview with anthropologist Allison Mickel about incentives, expertise, and identity; bots in echo chambers; why people share misinforma…
Issue 26: How people react to a crisis; Power of Us in the news; forthcoming events; and some exciting new research on group dynamics
Issue 25: The 20 statements task; a week of news about The Power of Us; a review in Science Magazine; and an audio teaser