Violent behavior is a complex product of biology and upbringing, and when that violence involves murder and destruction to …
What you don’t know about how drugs are tested and marketed could hurt you, says author Ben Goldacre in his book Bad Pharma
In a new book, author Anne Fletcher reveals the good and the bad state of care in drug rehab facilities.
A group of widows finds their own way to move on after losing loved ones
Are today’s young adults struggling for too long, unable to leave the nest after years of helicopter parenting— or are they just reliving the same issues that previously stumped their elders?
Tips on shoring up your willpower and sticking with those New Year’s resolutions
It’s time to set goals for 2013, and a psychologist has some hints for helping you make those changes last
The best-selling author and neurologist discusses hearing voices and seeing gnomes in his new book Hallucinations
It’s too simplistic to think of psychopaths as being murderers or law-breakers, says Oxford psychologist Kevin Dutton.
He doesn’t claim to have the answer for why fools fall in love, but psychiatrist Larry Young hopes studying prairie voles will help.
Last month, Dr. David Nutt, the UK’s former scientific advisor to the government on drugs, gave 25 British volunteers ecstasy (MDMA) on live TV.
The evolutionary link between acquiring good information and survival may have given rise to both consciousness and the pleasure of problem-solving
Why do humans see in color? According to neuroscientist Mark Changizi, who left academia to run a research institute called 2Ai, it’s so that we could read the emotions of others. In his book, Harnessed, published last summer, …