Submitted by BlogEditor on Mon, 10/17/2016 - 15:29
By Anup Gampa
I can’t get into an agreement to become a McDonald’s sandwich. Because I’m not! I can smell like McDonald’s sandwich, but I can never be a McDonald’s sandwich. And so, two men can never be a marriage.
E. W. Jackson – Conservative Activist
Submitted by BlogEditor on Fri, 10/14/2016 - 16:12
This Week on the Blog
|Our knowledge of how people communicate online and the motivations behind it is still in its inchoate stage. Check out this week’s post to see if the internet is making you mean.|
Submitted by BlogEditor on Mon, 10/10/2016 - 18:44
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Submitted by BlogEditor on Fri, 09/30/2016 - 15:11
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Submitted by BlogEditor on Mon, 09/26/2016 - 15:31
By Fade R. Eadeh, Stephanie A. Peak, & Alan J. Lambert
From the biblical mention of an “eye for an eye” to Inigo Montoya’s desire to avenge his father in The Princess Bride, the act of revenge has captured the interest of humans for quite some time. Given the longstanding history of this topic, one might reason that scientific research has arrived at a consensus on the emotional consequences of revenge. Yet, the emotional ramifications from revenge are fairly complex and are often times contradictory.