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Losing sharpens the sting of inequality

“Losses loom larger than gains,” as the saying goes. But a new experiment reveals the psychology behind the expression and...

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Fifth World Happiness Report released

The fifth World Happiness Report, edited by John F. Helliwell, co-director of CIFAR’s program in Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being,...

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Psychology of Giving Brief

On October 4th, 2016, CIFAR, in partnership with the Vancouver Foundation, held a Change Makers dialogue that explored the social...

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An entrepreneur of identity

Donald Trump’s surprising election victory has many observers searching for an explanation for his popularity. Alexander Haslam and his co-author...

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Canadian immigrants create multiple senses of belonging

If you were to map out where immigrants arrived in Canada from, the net would spread across the globe. These...

Case Study | Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being

Finding new ways to measure community well-being

CIFAR fellows, advisors and post-docs have helped to assemble a critical mass of research that provides a new way to...

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