Frontiers in Social and Behavioral Science features new research in the flagship journals of the Social Science Research Council’s founding disciplinary associations. Every month we publish a new selection of articles from the most recent issues of these journals, marking the rapid advance of the frontiers of social and behavioral science.
Long-term exposure to neighbors of a given foreign ancestry leads to reduced prejudice and increased generosity towards those who share that ancestry.
Higher county-level fatality rates among German soldiers during WWI increased electoral support for right-wing nationalist parties.
Over a 30 year period, 19 percent of foreign-origin French census respondents switched to “French by birth” declarations at the next census, raising questions about the determinants of these reclassifications.
The authors propose a novel Bayseian nonparametric regression approach to the construction of synthetic controls, enabling the supplementation of experimental data with non-experimental data.
Emerging physiological evidence indicates that biological females may be metabolically better suited for endurance activities, with implications for understanding subsistence capabilities and patterns in the archeological record.
An analysis of the documentary record between the 1960s and the 1980s illustrates Iranian perceptions of the experiences of Black Americans.
Automated speech analysis provides new opportunities for innovation in the development of effective health interventions, but also raises new ethical and legal questions for psychological science.