Embracing the ways each of us does—and does not—process information
Why people form such positive first impressions of narcissists...
New research adds to the skepticism surrounding the adoption of learning styles in education.
An estimate of dog intelligence requires looking at non-dogs as well to understand what's special to canines and what is just typical of the taxonomic groups they're in.
A surprising way that diet leads risks of stroke and cognitive impairment
A new theory of consciousness
Would it be harder for people who speak a highly gendered language to create a more gender-neutral society?
The Psychology Podcast Recap for November 2018
New study finds that canines are not exceptional in the animal world
Studies of patients with unusual neurological conditions reveal brain networks that contribute to feelings of agency
Taking a swig of red wine before eating Brussels sprouts appears to moderate Brussels sprouts' polarizing flavor. Christopher Intagliata reports
New research investigates the effects of engaging in behaviors associated with openness to new experiences
Experts increasingly think a system that could help paralyzed patients is within reach
New research identifies the personality profile that is most conducive to psychological health
The way memories are anchored in the brain plays a role, neuropsychologist Boris Suchan explains
Subjective experience must inform physics and philosophy, but it should be assessed carefully
Adult humans laugh primarily on the exhale, but human babies laugh on the inhale and the exhale—as do chimps. Christopher Intagliata reports.
New research links self-actualization to optimal creativity, well-being and self-transcendence
Experimental techniques demonstrate how to strengthen memories when our brains are off-line
Three studies in rodents suggest prenatal exposure to the drug may pose risks for infants