Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals the surprising truth about how each of us is wired for justice and revenge
New research suggests it is time for a categorization change
Even with social media, we max out at 150 real relationships
How we learned to put our fate in one another’s hands
Digital assistants have to respond quickly, but correctly—so researchers are studying how real humans navigate that trade-off, to design better machines. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Social network activity may reduce the male-female power imbalance
Study finds an unusual technique for eating less
Fire ants tunnels got excavated efficiently by only a small percentage of the group doing most of the work, thus avoiding pileups in tight spaces.
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen offers 5 ways to stop pining for that greener grass on the other side of the fence
It's not just about rebellion. Neuroscience is revealing adolescents' rich and nuanced relationship with risky behavior
Stephen Asma, professor of philosophy at Columbia College Chicago, talks about his two latest books, The Evolution of Imagination and Why We Need Religion.
The Michigan Scientific Literacy Survey of 2017 found that last year's total solar eclipse got Americans more interested in celestial science.
Colleen Ganley, assistant professor of developmental psychology, answers
Study shows a cost for males who defy gender stereotypes
Both men and women tended to pursue mates just 25 percent more desirable than themselves—suggesting they are "optimistic realists." Christopher Intagliata reports.
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen goes straight for the gut with three surprising mind-gut connections
Use “negative reappraisal,” and understand you have work to do—time alone may not be enough
300 to 400 physicians kill themselves each year
The surprising power of “hostile mediators”