You can’t characterize human psychology and behavior if studies overlook 85 percent of people on Earth.
When an anthropologist’s baby was diagnosed with Down syndrome, he was overwhelmed by emotional upheaval. Then, everything changed.
Once upon a time, the most important classroom warnings prepared students for potentially upsetting or traumatic content. Now they’re about bullets.
The way officials measure a person's vulnerability could undercut the long-term success of refugees.
The experiences of tight-knit neighborhoods in Mozambique suggest that strict belt-tightening often frays a nation's social fabric.
Society increasingly accepts gender identity as existing along a spectrum. The study of people, and their remains, shows that sex should be viewed the same way.