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New research by Stanford psychologists finds that people are willing to offer more money to others who display similar emotional expressions and that those expressions are even more powerful factors than race or sex.
Stanford studies of children from 4 to 7 years old reveal differences in how they discern whether an adult is giving them information that is true but incomplete.
Excellence, access, and affordability are top concerns for public and private universities, several AAU presidents tell a Washington, D.C audience.
Stanford University faculty and students are conducting research to make the Internet more secure.

While teaching her first class at Stanford last spring, Erin Mordecai wasn’t afraid to set the bar high. She challenged her students to tackle the emergence of Zika as the epidemic continued to grab headlines.

Researchers from Stanford University have used a geophysical imaging technique to map where seawater has infiltrated freshwater aquifers along the Monterey Bay coastline.
Monitoring a newly discovered group of genes in coral could predict when they are under stress and might bleach. The approach could improve conservation strategies for at-risk coral reefs.
The case studies are meant to be a resource for department chairs and deans who are contemplating large-scale efforts of their own.
Research from Stanford University and Cornell University offers evidence that situational factors such as mood can influence people to act like trolls.

On a recent afternoon, a small group of students gathered around a large table in one of the rooms at the Stanford Archaeology Center.