The research is compelling.
The downside? It could be a sign of primitive (and cynical) thinking inherited from early homo sapiens.
We make up to 35,000 decisions a day. Try to avoid these ways of thinking.
People with overactive immune systems may be more predisposed than others, a new study found.
‘Workers routinely suppressed news stories of interest to conservative readers,’ a former Facebook employee told Gizmodo.
Subjects receive electric signals as they sleep, and results show they outperform the placebo group by a hefty margin.
Find out how the island fox might be changing our understanding of natural selection.
People do it all the time.
Christian theology and Freud identify three types of ‘bad love’—and they’re pretty much everywhere in our culture.
Are you an owl or a lark?
A burst of light marks the moment when human sperm meets an egg.
The sacred cows just look different.
The human brain is complex and often misunderstood.
Did you know crows are wicked smart?
The U.S. has largely resisted the anti-spanking trend. Will that change?
Depression is a terrible beast, isn’t it?
Our stuff can now surveil pretty much everything we do.
Two Harvard scientists debate the question.
According to Tolstoy, death no longer has meaning for civilized man.
Alloparenting consists in both extended family and non-related people, mostly female, being primary or regular caregivers for young children, especially infants.
CEO says clinical trials to begin that would reverse brain death.
The longer the silence goes on, the larger two questions loom.
The questions are easy, but you’ll probably get all of them wrong.
If the current political campaigns have revealed anything about Americans, it is that they loathe changing their minds.
Psychologists Kristin Jay and Timothy Jay presented research suggesting that people well-versed in curse words are more likely to
Responsible scientists shouldn't be so dogmatic.
You can even take America’s most popular psychological profile test and find out what Star Wars character you are.
Scientific research suggests money spent on experiences offers more long-term happiness.