Stephen Hawking inspired millions by a unique example of achievement against all the odds – a manifestation of amazing willpower and determination.
Eight prisoners have applied for medical aid in dying.
People with high-conflict personality are the source of many of the most intense relationship conflicts, even though they account for just 10 percent of the population.
Abigail Marsh, an associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University, has discovered a trait common among altruistic people.
The best thing that a school district security department can do to protect students is to invest heavily in cultivating a personal relationship with every single student.
When it comes to the theory of multiple universes, one of the most important means by which a scientific hypothesis can be confirmed is simply unavailable.
Everybody can appreciate acts of kindness. But when it comes to explaining why we do them, people often take one of two extreme positions.
John Olson, a science specialist at the Minnesota Department of Education, had the opportunity to be a credentialed observer at the UN’s Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany. This is what he saw.
When we confabulate, we tell a story that is fictional, while believing that it is a true story.
Nearly one in four people caught cheating were exposed through Facebook, a recent UK study found.
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.
How reliable are decades-old memories?
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.
James Cook University professor Peter Ridd was censured and gagged after publicly expressing concerns about the vetting process of scientific research.
The actual entanglements of religious tradition and the development of science are far more interesting than the superficial conflict common today – and far more important.
Generally women involved in teacher-pupil sexual abuse cases do not fit the mould of what many consider a “predatory paedophile.”
Research published in the journal "Emotion" shows how changes in how we're spending our free time coincided with a drop in the happiness of a million students surveyed.
The test has been shown to reliably detect early stage and curable cancers. It has also been found to rarely be positive in people who don’t have cancer.
Babies born to Muslims will begin to outnumber Christian births by 2035, according to new projections.
A "sexpert" explains.
Collective narcissists are not simply content to be members of a valuable group, a psychologist explains.
Nearly one third of modern marriages in the US now begin online - but that's not the whole story.
The future in a representative capitalist democracy has never shown any inclination to permanency, but the volume and velocity of change approaching our species in the current age may be unprecedented.
Given gluten-free foods cost around 17% more, perhaps it’s time to reconsider a strict gluten-free diet.
A Canadian doctor argues that the flu may hit men worse than women.
5 feet of snow is keeping families together like nothing else does these days!
Though Wells and Orwell were debating in the era of Nazism, many of their arguments reverberate today in contemporary debates over science and policy.