How long will you live? Apparently your friends can tell.
Scientists have found that when it comes to schooling, personality is more important than intelligence in school success.
Want to prevent infection? Then try to give more hugs. Scientists have found that hugs can protect stressed people from getting sick, providing them with more social support that protect them against infection.
Could stereotypes influence obesity? Scientists have found that both racial and ethnic stereotypes may just contribute to obesity among minorities.
Reading "Fifty Shades of Grey" may not be good for your health. Researchers have found that young adult women who read the book are more likely than nonreaders to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner.
Baby-like characteristics make both people and animals look cuter, but what do actual babies think of these traits?
The age-old saying, "forgive and forget," may have some scientific truth behind it. It turns out that if a person forgives someone, they're more easily able to forget the transgression.
It turns out that when listening to the voices of sport psychologists, both male and female athletes rated women psychologists more positively than male ones.
For colleges and universities throughout the United States, finals week is taking place within the next month. A very stressful week for many could be worsened if teachers and professors reiterate consequences of poor performance.
You've probably seen your favorite football coach incessantly screaming on the sidelines for seemingly no apparent reason. His actions are most likely relative to his passion, but new research suggests that underlying psychological issues could play a role as well.
It’s common practice in industrial and interior design in many parts of the world to present information about temperature by means of colour cues. People often talk about painting a room in warm hues such as yellows and oranges