Despite huge increases in life expectancy in both groups, rich people's lives are still extending faster, academics from Cass Business School and the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) found.
Rhesus monkeys rely on their sense of smell more heavily than researchers previously thought, employing it to distinguish between members of their own social groups and those who don't belong.
A "crocodile smile" has long been used to describe someone who is intimidating and up to no good, but what if a true crocodiles smile actually meant he likes having a good time? New research has determined that top crocs are actually very playful creatures, riding waves, chasing balls, and taking piggyback rides just for fun!
The general consensus is that the climate change dispute is over, with the majority of the scientific community and the public at least agreeing that it is occurring. However, new research has revealed that the agricultural community's stance on the issue remains a bit more undecided - highlighting a division between scientists and farmers that may have a lot to do with perspective and belief.
Tired of answering drawn-out questionnaires to find out more about yourself? Well, a new study has found that the most accurate way to learn more about a person, at least when it comes to their narcissism, is just to ask them.
Do you have trouble empathizing with others? Is it hard to express what you're feeling? Does passion seem like foreign concept to you? Then you might also find that you've been drinking a TON of coffee. That is, at least according to a new study that looks into the connection between caffeine and a person's emotional health or personality.
Social scientist have determined that there is a huge limitation to self-awareness. No matter how self-conscious you think you are, you likely are completely wrong about your aggressive tendencies, or "pushiness" in the workplace.
Forgiving yourself for hurting others may be easier to do if you take action to make amends first. In-fact, this may be the driving selfish factor that causes many people to make amends in the first place, so that they can get the "moral OK" to forgive themselves, according to a recent behavioral study.
For frequent Facebook users, not posting or not earning responses from posts results in a decreased sense of belonging. Some users even report that Facebook activity associated with their posts helps them feel their existence has meaning, according to recent studies.