Experts proposed the use of behavioral changes in a person as an indication of a very early stage of dementia
A new study revealed that men tend to focused on their interest and be oblivious of their attractiveness in online dating sites while women tend to focus more on their attractiveness.
What does science have to say about the benefits of silence? Preliminary research (done on mice) suggests that prolonged periods of silence may trigger new brain cell development and help improve memory.
Swedish researchers have discovered a way to get people to sense a “force field” around their bodies. Not an actual force field – this was an illusion demonstrating a fascinating psychological trait in humans.
Telling yourself "I can do better" is an effective way of motivating yourself to deliver greater effort and improve your performance. That's coming from a new UK study on psychological skill coaching.
A new study suggests that children who are often hungry are more likely to become impulsive and violent later on in their life.
A new study suggests that working on an unclean and unstimulating work place can lead to decline in cognitive function.
A new study shows that listening to sad music can bring either pleasurable sadness or strong negative feelings to a person.
A new study suggests that girls are more likely to nominate empathetic boys than boys who have lesser empathy.
Because a modern airplane symbolizes a class-based society, researchers found air rage incidents are four times more likely to occur if there's a first-class section.
Touching others has been given great significance in building up relationships, but a recent study suggests that touching a robot can also elicit an emotional response in humans.
Over-the-counter painkillers are of great help in reducing pain, but with the latest technological advances, these analgesics are now faced with a serious competitor.
Researchers have determined that individuals who are commonly called "sensitive" have heightened activity in the empathy-related portions of their brains, and this activity level might be genetically determined.