Research shows intriguing differences in how male and female co-workers react to women who wear makeup in the office
Untapped human abilities and new technologies could identify criminals and fight crime
Like “self love” or “inner child,” the term “codependent” smacks of pop psychology psychobabble. To make matters worse, it’s become shorthand for a whole host of unhealthy behaviors. But what does it really mean? And does it describe your relationship?
Abuse of cocaine, alcohol and pills was the patient’s obvious problem, but at its root was undiagnosed ADHD
Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen offers six signs of sex addiction and how to know if you have merely a supercharged libido … or a problem
Why worldview threats undermine evidence
Growing up in a poor family can leave a mark on the developing brain. Understanding how and why has important implications for educators and society
That feeling when we experience something bigger than us — and how it changes our thinking
Women prefer the scent of men who eat diets rich in certain foods—including garlic!
Rethinking the “pleasure molecule” could help scientists better understand addiction, Parkinson’s disease and motivation
Artificial intelligence picks up bias from human creators—not from hard, cold logic
Areas of the country that have experienced record low temperatures since 2005 happen to be home to many global warming deniers. And researchers theorize there may be a connection. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Brain scans may offer clues to a person’s natural aptitude—and help those less gifted learn how to study better
A decades-long study of exceptionally gifted children reveals what it takes to hone the world's sharpest minds
Research shows that maintaining eye contact can make it harder to think
Four tips from experts on how to get more joy from your purchases
Recent research highlights the mismatch between what people want and what they want to give
Science has long debated whether meeting another’s gaze feels unpleasant or just uninteresting