By Greater Good Science Center
(January, 2015) UC Berkeley psychologist Dacher Keltner explains some of the ways in which power encourages individuals to act on their own whims, desires, and impulses. When researchers give people power in scientific experiments, those people are more likely to physically touch others in potentially inappropriate ways, to make risky choices and gambles, to speak their mind, and to eat cookies like the Cookie Monster, with crumbs all over their chins and chests.
8 Reasons the World Needs “A Grateful Day” It’s needed. People around the globe report increasing…
A beautifully recorded video exploring aspects of the Thanksgiving Address and the ways that the…
(January, 2013) A powerful tribute and perspective on the many gifts of bees. (7:05)
This site is brought to you by A Network for Grateful Living, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are fully tax deductible in the U.S.A.
© 2000 - 2017, A Network for Grateful Living