An oncology expert discusses treatment options for aggressive glioblastoma
Xiaomeng (Mona) Xu, assistant professor of experimental psychology, and Ariana Tart-Zelvin, clinical doctoral candidate, both at Idaho State University, respond
New research suggests that nearly everyone will develop a psychological disorder at some point in their lives—but for most, it’s temporary
Like great apes, the canny corvids seem capable of delaying gratification
This week, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen reveals three toxic thinking habits that keep you feeling insecure, plus offers three ways to feel more confident.
Initial research finds fast, dramatic benefits for a vulnerable population
Language diversity has played a key role in shaping the history of our species, yet we know surprisingly little about the factors shaping this diversity
Many social animals start to feel itchy after watching one of their fellows scratch, and scientists now have a better understanding of why an itch can spread through a group.