Imagine living on a colony on Mars. Now, imagine if you could do that right now--on Earth. That's exactly what several volunteers did during a mock Mars space mission, located in a Mars-like habitat in Hawaii.
New findings published in the journal Behavior Research and Therapy reveal that "Socratic questioning," otherwise known as a series of guided questions in which a therapist asks patients to consider new perspectives on themselves and their place in the world, could help improve existing depressive s...
New findings published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General reveal that some hormones raging throughout our bodies may be responsible for unethical behavior.
Your musical taste may reveal how you think. Scientists have discovered that preferring jazz, rock or other types of music could shed light on the way your brain processes thoughts.
Findings revealed that men who performed worse were more likely to make negative comments than counterparts who performed better.
Forty-four years since the experiment first took place, a new movie on the extremely controversial study hits the big screen.
New findings published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology reveal that the amount of cartoons children watch may also be linked to the amount of food they consume.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the process of falling in love and breaking up, and have found that humans may actually be hardwired to be serial monogamists.
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.