Call of Duty, an action video game, may be an efficient way of enhancing the cognitive performance of healthy adults.
It only takes two years before children are shaped by their culture.
A new study may shed light on how some people can get others to inflict pain on people.
It turns out that the belief in a vengeful god may have helped human societies flourish.
A Rutgers University study found that meditation and aeorbic exercise coupled together can be used to combat and reduce depression.
It's not just dogs that have a connection with humans. Horses also are intelligent animals and, according to a new study, can actually read human emotions.
It turns out that our free will may be freer than previously thought.
Do you have a New Year's resolution? You may not want to tell others what it is; instead, wait to be asked.
Scientists have taken a closer look at what drives a person to use Facebook in order to understand how dependent a person is on the social media platform.
It's a material world, and a new study proves it. Scientists have found that shopping can provide more frequent happiness over time. In contrast, purchases that involve experiences, like a trip to the zoo, provide more intense happiness on individual occasions.
Science World Report spoke with Loretta Graziano Breuning about her most recent book "Habits Of A Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels." Breuning has written multiple books that examine brain chemicals associated with negativity and happines...