Whether you’re the life of the party, a bookworm, or a night owl plays a surprisingly large role in your ability to slim down
How Childhood Hunger Can Change Adult Personality
The effects of going hungry in childhood may be more lasting than previously thought.
Our Personalities Are Constantly Changing, Even if We Think They’re Not
We admit we’ve changed in the past, but mistakenly believe we’ll be the same person in the future
Learning from Psychopaths: Q&A With Psychologist Kevin Dutton
It’s too simplistic to think of psychopaths as being murderers or law-breakers, says Oxford psychologist Kevin Dutton.
Psychopathic Traits: What Successful Presidents Have in Common
Presidential success is linked with fearless dominance, a psychopathic trait of boldness that can sometimes turn reckless
Dr. Oz: How to Overcome ‘Emotional Inertia’ and Change Your Life
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
What Your Shoes Say About You
Strangers can tell a lot about you, just by checking out your footwear — at least according to researchers from the University of Kansas and Wellesley College.
Understanding Psychopathic and Sadistic Minds
Psychopathic serial killers are a source of infinite public fascination. If best-selling novels, hit TV series and popular films are any indication, you’d think real-life Hannibal Lecters were constantly running amok in the U.S. …
Humility: A Quiet, Underappreciated Strength
Humility doesn’t top the list of popular virtues these days, but if you’re ever in need of help, a humble friend is more likely to be there for you than a prideful one, new research suggests.
Study: Narcissism and Religion an Unethical Mix
Narcissism and religion: an unethical combination