Difficulties in dating fossils have plagued anthropology since its inception.
Racy texts, photos, and videos 'most likely to occur within a committed relationship,' says social scientist.
Lives are at stake!
Music training during childhood, even for a period as brief as two years, can accelerate brain development and sound processing.
Psychologist: 'Data shows that it is very hard for people not to be prejudiced towards people they disagree with, however open they might be.'
Margaret Mead’s 'Coming of Age in Samoa' is a cautionary tale of the consequences of agenda-driven social science.
Elementary school students should not be assigned homework, a pair of academic researchers say. Here's why.
Why the 'primordial soup' theory is all wrong.
Researchers recently analyzed the impact social media has on young people’s character and moral development.
Reading magazines and newspapers did not produce the same result.
It has something to do with the virtues and values emphasized in each of the franchises.
Millennial males in college are significantly weaker than their fathers, new research suggests.
Is our society overlooking one of the primary benefits of work?
Part of the problem is that happiness isn’t just one thing.
Our obsession with smartphones is a good example of what has been referred to as the “paradox of technology.” It both frees and enslaves.
The ultimate purpose of scientific inquiry remains rather obscure today. Here's why.
In recent years the competition among universities has become so intense that several have admitted to dishonestly manipulating the stats.
New research shows how disruptive students damage the long-term prospects of their peers.
Ivy League researchers found that women are chillier to one another after competition than men.
Tesla passed away in 1943, but his legend continues to grow.
Let's see how well you remember 5th grade science.
Scientific research shows how different types of noise and silence affect the brain.
Research shows that people have grown accustomed to informal, sloppy text messaging. Will this erode our writing skills?
The findings were published in the Washington Post. (And pretty much nowhere else.)
Bowie’s family was plagued by insanity.
Today would have been his 114th birtdhay.
It’s kind of scary.
Psychologist Jonathan Haidt says many people today live in a ‘moral matrix’.