Bradley Manning’s decision to live as a woman highlights how complex gender identity is.
The rich really are different — and, apparently more self-absorbed, according to the latest research.
Recent claims about the hookup culture among college students are greatly exaggerated, it seems.
New research bolsters the idea that the risk for psychiatric and developmental disorders isn’t specific to particular conditions — and that could mean new opportunities to treat mental illnesses that focus more on their common genetic roots.
It can help smokers as they quit, but meditation may not have the same benefits for some mental illnesses as it does for addictions.
Climate change may be one of the factors contributing to violence within and among societies, according to the latest study.
If you feel like you can’t make friends, you might try to buy them, new research suggests, even if it takes some considerable financial risk.
Using hand gestures may be important for more than just making a point; they could help children to learn.
Law enforcement reminders of the consequences of criminal behavior are supposed to curb illegal activity, but some of these intimidation strategies may be backfiring, especially among youth.
He wants to move on, and believes that he’s moved on, but can Weiner really push past his sexual misconduct? The science isn’t encouraging.
Is it or isn’t it? A new study undermines the theory that sex addiction is a brain-based disorder similar to other addictions.
Screening potential job applicants using their Facebook posts sounds like a good way to weed out irresponsible slackers. But drunken or stoned pictures may not tell the whole story.
“How do you feel?” can be a surprisingly difficult question to answer, but new apps are making it possible to track the ups and downs of your emotional weather as easily as EKGs graph heart rate.