Researchers from Kyoto University have taken a deeper looker at what happiness really is, and where it starts.
A simple test with a single raisin and a plastic cup can predict a child's academic achievement down the line.
Science can explain why some people actively pursue the rush that comes with being frightened.
A study conducted in a German supermarket tested the willingness of customers to participate in cooperation to proceed faster in line.
What happens to your face when you feel afraid? Scientists have taken a closer look at what happens to the coloration of faces when they're afraid, delving a bit further into the science of fear.
Babies may have a hidden agenda behind their smiles.
University of Houston researchers have offered some suggestions as to why patients drop out of therapy early.
It turns out that psychotic patients see Alice in Wonderland differently than a control group
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.