Some wolf pups will play fetch with a stranger, suggesting that an ability to playfully interact with people could have come before, and played a role in, dog domestication.
It’s not just what you say but how you say it, research shows
The answer’s not black-and-white
Describing it that way can be damaging to patients, families and caregivers
The film Dark Waters highlights the importance of an involved public in environmental protection
Beware its power to reshape your web of relationships
Researchers explore how different cultures respond to the same music
What you need to know before getting that new gadget
The U.S. still has a long way to go with respect to diversity, equity and inclusion
Skeptics have questioned a story told by the late counterculture icon in his classic best seller Be Here Now...
We must understand the laws of nature before we can deduce their origins
Probably, but research shows that most people need behavioral “nudges” to do so; just the facts aren’t enough
An analysis of more than 2,000 languages reveals differences in the way feelings are conceptualized among cultures
An epidemiologist explores the social and economic roots of the 13,060 firearm-related deaths in 48 states in 2015
We should clean it up as we do ordinary trash—and it wouldn’t cost much more
They’re willing to relocate for the best opportunities—and North America is where international researchers would most like to go
These mind tricks will make you reconsider what is real
People in certain zip codes are more likely to purchase products that flop, buy homes that are poor investments and pick political candidates who lose. Christopher Intagliata reports...