Young people with autism have more psychiatric and medical conditions than do their typical peers or those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
Researchers say they have linked such exposures with downstream effects
Stanford scientist Johan Ugander explains his research on dissimilarities in social networks
There are strong negative stereotypes about males—but how we see dads could change that
At the AMA annual meeting the organization's president petitioned for an evidence-based, science-driven analysis of gun violence and solutions.
A committed few can influence the many and sweep away social conventions, new research shows
Google as a window into our private thoughts
Most inspirational quotes make us roll our eyes, but if you dig into them, they can offer true wisdom
There is a subtle but important difference in the questions investors tend to ask
A new study shows election politics pushed Americans to cut family festivities short in 2016
A study describes the complex brain circuitry that lets us identify, savor (or recoil from) a taste
Whatever you call it—self-doubt, insecurity, inadequacy—it’s a universal phenomenon.
There is little scientific support for this fashionable idea—and stronger evidence for other learning strategies
The largest study of its kind suggests long-term physical inactivity and character traits may be linked
The ability to quickly tally a number of items can predict performance on other visual tasks
A desire for deep insight can lead to deep confusion
New research explains why relationships take up so much of our mental energy
Pediatric cardiologist Ismée Williams discusses her young adult novel, Water in May, about a teenage girl whose newborn has a life-threatening heart condition.
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