When we confabulate, we tell a story that is fictional, while believing that it is a true story.
At the root of our modern holiday is a beautiful fiction. St. Valentine was no lover or patron of love.
Do parents know how to raise children to be well-adjusted members of society?
Progressives generally assume that they're less biased than conservatives. New research shows otherwise.
Is our gender identity biologically determined and immutable, or self-created and changeable?
It's not uncommon for gifted children to be misdiagnosed with ADHD, and that comes with consequences.
One of the most dramatic events in American history is shrouded in mystery and oddity.
The book selections schoolchildren are reading seem to suggest this might be the case.
It seems unquestionable that cryptocurrencies are bound to play a critical role in coming years. Yet the inherent nature of bitcoin could condemn it to irrelevance as a widely-accepted medium of exchange.
Does the bended-knee proposal give a distorted view of marriage?
Nearly one in four people caught cheating were exposed through Facebook, a recent UK study found.
‘Have a good time’ is not a recipe for happiness.
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl's 1946 work 'Man’s Search for Meaning' is considered one of the most influential books of all time. It may also hold a key to happiness and success.
Campus Reform offers a visual demonstration of a startling phenomenon in the U.S.: many Americans can no longer think for themselves.
Could the wisdom of artists, poets, and religious hermits offer comfort in a time of loneliness today?
By the time you finish reading this article, some 600 people from all over the world will have escaped poverty.
How reliable are decades-old memories?
A new study on Uber drivers reveals some interesting differences about the sexes.
Professor Publishes—then Deletes—Tweet Accusing Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist of Being a ‘Russian Asset’
A University of Texas professor accused Glenn Greenwald of being a 'Russian Asset' in a tweet that has since been deleted.
Will your job be one of those that soon disappears?
Do a quick search for “snakes” in the news and you’ll find people terrified, bitten or, sadly, killed by these creatures.
The risk of depression and suicide is substantially higher.
"'It's kind of a let down, 5th grader Angelina Lubo said. 'At least I could still spend time with my dad.'"
Coolidge was the rare sort of politician who stuck by his principles of fiscal responsibility and governmental restraint.
When everything becomes will-to-power, we end up with nothing but a war of all against all. Nobody wins that.
If so, you're unfortunately one of the few.
From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything.
Here's why rose-tinted glasses can cause logical problems.