And why that's good for science. Happy Valentine's Day!
Good news: your dog understands you! Bad news: watch the Kibbles 'n Bits.
An emotionally abusive supervisor ruins the workplace environment for everyone.
Do they use them to do good or evil?
We're less motivated to do something challenging if it benefits the common good.
Unseasonably warm? Global warming! Unseasonably cold? No global warming!
Studying how adorable animals can turn us aggressive
Your odds aren't as bad as you think, and some enthusiasm could put you over the brink.
Well, not exactly. But new research suggests that communities with low "social capital" have 50 percent more traffic fatalities.
Reefer madness! Pot causes psychosis! Except maybe not.
Early exposure to glowing reviews about a product or service tend to stick in our minds and shape our opinions--even when later reviews are overwhelmingly negative.
A new study suggests we can identify the leader of a group of strangers by sight.
People save more for retirement when they see older versions of themselves, so Merrill Edge is more than happy to make you look old and wrinkly.
This clever color wheel reveals how different languages explain the color spectrum, whether in three words or more than 60 words.
If you're still undecided, somehow, you should know about these weird psychological cues that could sway your vote. Sometimes it's not the big issues--sometimes it's, like, did your team win its most recent game. Seriously.