Lying is not a matter of physical law, but of moral injunction.
Fear is fashionable. Terror is trendy. Monsters are mainstream. Why?
Bigfoot is a type of pseudo-scientific myth understood in the language of memory.
A recent study shows how the human brain adapts to dishonesty.
A pair of astronomers seem to think so.
Don't do these things.
Fear of government topped the list. Can you guess what didn’t make the cut?
Sometimes it's difficult to get out of your own head.
New research suggests it can thicken parts of your gray matter in some key areas.
Does a peer-reviewed paper on breast flashing during a hockey tournament for lesbians count as laudable scholarship?
John Gottman, a psychologist and relationship counselor, said these six things actually often are signs of a healthy relationship.
"Sometimes, the lights inside are still on. We must help these patients trapped in the prisons of their own bodies."
Wanda Diaz Merced lost her ability to gaze at the stars, so she found a way to overcome her sensory gap.
A Christian writer's response to Richard Dawkins.
A recent study suggests great apes able to think about others’ thoughts and emotions more than previously believed.
It's pretty wild.
A huge study finds that users face higher risks to their mental health.
A new study shows that millennials love dropping ‘the occasional F bomb’ at work.
Many conservatives have been trash-talking the humanities.
Darwin thought he could account for man's speech, but Tom Wolfe has his doubts.
A recently published study revealed that young women have experienced an alarming uptick in self-harm, suicidal thoughts, and poor mental health.
A study found that IQs in Western nations have dropped more than one point per decade since the Victorian Era.
Research indicates that eye color might actually be a better indicator of one's drinking tolerance than body weight.
What do voters do when they consider all of the options bad?
Psychology can help explain why clowns – the supposed purveyors of jokes and pranks – often end up sending chills down our spines.
And four ways to protect yourself.
Academic researchers interviewed 71 pimps and found out how they hide in plain sight.
Here are the five things kids will remember of you.