Will economic uncertainty make you save more — or spend more? The answer may depend on your childhood experience, a new study suggests.
Painful experiences early in life can alter the brain in lasting ways.
Chimpanzees and people already share much when it comes to our evolutionary history, and the latest research shows we have a similar appreciation for fairness as well.
Why bystanders don’t act when they see violent crimes
He doesn’t carry the child, but a father’s prenatal anxiety may have an affect on children’s later behavior.
Fiscal cliff negotiations tested everyone’s patience, but even young children who don’t understand national budgets may show signs of strain during such economic insecurity.
Communication may help toddlers cope better with emotions in pre-school
We think we’re reading facial expressions, but most of us rely on body cues to understand emotion
Why would someone pretend to be a cancer patient who became pregnant after being raped by her uncle?
A Texas school district changes its corporal-punishment policy — by expanding rather than limiting teachers’ rights to paddle students. Is spanking really the best way to discipline kids?
Presidential success is linked with fearless dominance, a psychopathic trait of boldness that can sometimes turn reckless
Making changes in your life means not just recognizing how important — even lifesaving — they can be, but having the courage to take action. Here’s how you can get unstuck
They’re widely considered harmful and restricted online, but “pro-ana” blogs may provide the kind of social support that some anorexics need to recover