New research suggests that infants just a little over a year old can tell credible sources from dubious ones, and this informs their decisions.
Power corrupts, but new research shows that it may also enhance a person's ability to think in focused, analytical ways in the workplace.
New research shows that couples nowadays get married, decide to live together, or have a child before they hit the quarter-century mark.
New research suggests flexible workplaces promote personnel well-being and more healthful behavior from employees.
New research from the University of Warwick shows that a woman's confidence clearly affects her ability to perform basic spatial tasks
Iowa State University economists analyze the effects of taxing sweeteners at the processing stage instead of at the checkout counter.
New research looks into the detrimental effects of an 'accidental interpersonal touch' on shopping behavior and customer satisfaction.
The journal Science hails the trial that showed HIV drugs reduce the risk of transmission by 96 percent as the "breakthrough of the year."
Adolescents who are comfortable expressing their opinions at home can more easily resist negative influences to use drugs or alcohol
Nine out of 10 participants in a recent 3-D simulation of the classic "trolley problem" would sacrifice a person for the greater good
Most children are physiologically predisposed to dislike bitter vegetables. New research shows how to get them to eat veggies anyway.
New research explores anti-atheist prejudice and finds people of faith distrust atheists more than gay men, feminists, Muslims, and others
A calorie-restricted diet with protein from milk, cheese, yogurt, and other dairy protects bones during weight loss, new research shows
Extreme temperature whole-body cryotherapy repairs athletes' damaged muscles much faster than radiation or rest, new research shows
New research shows that infants gain an understanding of fairness and punishment earlier than anybody previously thought
New research suggests that men are more reluctant than women to be screened for cancer due to a lack of public health information
New research shows that liquor consumption affects a person's intention to have unprotected sex, one of the leading causes of HIV infection
A cost-benefit analysis by researchers at the University of Southampton in the U.K. bolsters criticisms against this controversial precaution
The phenomenon of "yawn contagion" goes beyond copycat tendencies. New behavioral research shows it may be a sign of empathy.
New research from the University of Chicago shows that fretful math students need to learn how to calm down before dealing with numbers