Researchers say people wrongly predict their behavior in embarrassing situations because of an "empathy gap" with their future selves.
Workaholics, take it easy. New research from the University of College London suggests long hours may lead to major depressive episodes.
Forget empathy. The wealthy may simply feel less pressure to show off their status during economic downturns, new research suggests.
Compared to a regular workout, exercise that is enhanced by virtual reality showed similar fitness gains but greater cognitive benefits.
University of Vermont mathematicians analyze billions of words in literature, music, and even Twitter, and find that happiness is a constant.
After the government asked journals to cut two studies, concerns about censorship took center stage, but what does it mean for research?
Family psychotherapist Jean Malpas shares some essential lessons for parents of children who may not conform to gender norms.
New research suggests it may be possible to learn complex tasks with little to no conscious effort, just like in The Matrix. Whoa, indeed.
Humility is the personality trait that best predicts helpfulness in people, according to the latest research coming out of Texas' Baylor.
New research from Queen's University shows that people have an intrinsic desire to leave something of themselves behind for the future.
Alcoholics that have the ability to consider the consequences of their actions are less likely to turn violent, according to new research.
Information overload and our preconceptions influence the way we process comments on the Internet, according to new research.
Bosses who are more open and empathetic are better positioned to build their businesses, new research from the University of Buffalo says.
A new survey reveals the surprising frequency, nature, and source of abuse that emergency medical workers are facing when on the job.
New research shows that, unlike cigarettes, smoking marijuana from time to time may even increase lung airflow rates and capacity.
Yale researchers find that adolescents with diabetes are more likely to drop out of high school and earn lower wages than their peers.
Before he was brought down by a marital scandal, Tiger Woods may have unwittingly defeated his competition with superstar status.
New research on 4,500 people living in New York City finds that commuters are especially vulnerable because of their MP3 player use.
American Journal of Infection Control research shows that few would-be doctors know when and when not to wash while in a clinical setting.
Nationalism that's rooted in respect for laws and institutions, not race or religion, makes citizens the happiest, according to new research.