Even entomologists can't stomach some creepy-crawlies
The hormone has the ability to boost activity in the brain area linked to social behavior and could thus lead to more effective treatment
Male brains have more connections within hemispheres to optimize motor skills, whereas female brains are more connected between hemispheres to combine analytical and intuitive thinking
If you want to catch someone in a lie, you'll raise your odds in the afternoons, as most people are more likely to cheat or lie then as opposed to the morning. Christie Nicholson reports...
Researchers have struggled to identify how certain states of mind influence physical health. One biologist thinks he has an answer
International collaboration replicates 10 of 13 earlier studies
How do you sense the passing of time?
Subjects experience discomfort about unfaithful thoughts and behaviors but downplay it and minimize its relevance to their sense of self
The psychology of chains of greed
If you over-eat or under-eat as a reaction to stress, don't worry, your body may compensate to balance you over time. Christie Nicholson reports
Yale Psychology Professor Paul Bloom finds the origins of morality in infants
Based on the number of searches for info about smoking cessation on Google, it appears more people consider quitting on Mondays than any other day. Dina Fine Maron reports
Nutrition Diva: Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous
Although pilots may be thousands of miles away from the battlefield, a former drone pilot says distance doesn't numb the emotional impact of taking a life
Citizen observers report on sexual behavior and experiences as well as share, explore and visualize the accumulated data
Addictive drugs and gambling rewire neural circuits in similar ways
The dangerous psychology of texting while driving
Physical labor is often made easier when accompanied by music. But is it merely listening to music that helps, or is it more motivating to participate in the music itself? Christie Nicholson reports...
Psychologist Jesse Bering talks about his latest book PERV: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us.
How a belief in “pure evil” shapes people’s thinking