Creative types are often seen as rather flaky — their minds leaping wildly from one bizarre idea to another, ever seeking inspiration. But a new study suggests that people who actually achieve creative success have minds that …
Violent behavior is a complex product of biology and upbringing, and when that violence involves murder and destruction to the extent that erupted at the Boston Marathon, the questions about what drives such aggression become all …
Do children become more kind and empathetic after a disaster— or does the experience make them more focus more on self-preservation?
Will economic uncertainty make you save more — or spend more? The answer may depend on your childhood experience, a new study suggests.
The fine line between competition’s drive for excellence and dangerous win-at-all-costs mentality
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.
Possibly, but it’s not about shiftiness. How eye color and face shape help us judge trustworthiness
Communication may help toddlers cope better with emotions in pre-school
Part of our math skills are innate, but a larger part isn’t
Squabbles over two topics in particular could be especially damaging, researchers say
We think we’re reading facial expressions, but most of us rely on body cues to understand emotion
“What brand is your therapist?” Exploring the latest marketing trend among psychotherapists.