The problem with scientism is that it tends to be prejudiced and therefore not very scientific.
Rome’s famous natural historian offered some, er, unusual cures for various ailments.
'The inheritance of parental traumatic exposure,' researchers are calling it.
Here’s what it does say.
Dr. Leon Eisenberg, the ‘father’ of ADHD, said just before his death that ADHD ‘is a prime example of a fictitious disease.
Recent studies have tested the actual impact of apologies on children.
Quiz time! How well do you know your literary classics?
The Juno Google Doodle doesn’t match the real world.
Benjamin Franklin once spent a night in bed with John Adams explaining his (correct) theory on the common cold.
A few things you might not have tried yet.
While good ideas are worth fighting for, you will never truly experience life's beauty if you wait for the enemies to disappear.
Dr. Elaine Aron has been studying introverts for decades.
An author and historian says a single characteristic is common among the many brilliant people he’s studied.
A professor of cognitive science suggests the world that exists is nothing like the one we perceive.
That fight or flight instinct applies to more than physical danger.
A Temple University physicist might have stumbled upon a method for making better chocolate.
The theory is based on the idea that humans tend to respond negatively to restrictions on their autonomy or freedom of choice.
Some of those powerful memories from your childhood? They are probably fake.
A scientist conducts a crazy-sounding experiment to find out.
Is the data an outlier or the start of a trend?
But is there a hole in the analysis?
Introverts are often misunderstood.
The father of modern criminology believed that criminality was genetically determined. We've come a long way since then. Or have we?
New research suggests that virgin brides have the lowest divorce rates.
The researchers say they read the data backwards; these traits are linked to liberals.
‘The final resolution could be that God is a mathematician.’
University of Cambridge researchers found that women are twice as likely to suffer from anxiety as men.