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Brendan Fraser Is Giving the Most Delightful Performance on TV Right Now
marks the beginning of a full-fledged Brendanaissance.
One Way to Make First Dates Just a Little Less Painful
The trick is in what you get to eat.
Kids Don’t Trust Ugliness
Being little doesn’t exempt you from being kind of a shallow jerk.
People Blindly Follow Their Robot Leaders
Even if they are clearly going the wrong way.
An Upside to Distrusting the Jerks You Work With
You’ll produce better work, even if you’re hating every minute of it.
6 Facts on the Thin Line Between Trust and Gullibility
Good to know on April Fool’s Day.
Some Faces Just Get Away With Stuff
Having a trustworthy face comes in handy.
Will You Use Lavender for Good or Evil?
A new study shows the smell earns people’s trust.
People Still Don’t Trust Electronic Signatures
We still think there’s something magical about putting pen to paper.
It’s (Mostly) Smart to Trust Your Fellow Humans
Until it isn’t.
Nobody in America Trusts Anyone, Says New Study
But can the study be trusted?
Miley Cyrus Gave a Tattoo to the Bravest Mortal on Earth
Needle in hand, scrunchie on hair.
Stop Making Eye Contact
You’ll be more persuasive.