A new study posits an intriguing link between “cognitive dissonance” and blindly following the crowd.
Debunking the myth of the winter blues.
A new finding casts an old one in a very different, more free-will-friendly light.
It has an almost ghostly attraction.
Concussions are complicated, and there isn’t (yet) any substitute for a doctor.
A new study suggests that even just an hour of focusing on gratitude might have long-lasting neurological effects.
A new neuroscience study points the way to individually tailored mental-health treatments.
There seems to be a self-perpetuating aspect to being one of the cool kids.
A new study highlights why we shouldn’t assume talk of biological gender differences is always a gateway to misogyny.
Simply reflecting on what’s important to you seems to bolster your psychological defenses.
A brain-imaging study suggests that we don’t mind that much when people above us in a hierarchy are in pain.
A Japanese study claims to have found the brain-scan imprint of misogynistic views.
Mmm, sweet creamery butter.
Get ready for debates about what is and isn’t an appropriate use of an fMRI machine.
And sometimes they offer complementary benefits, suggests a new study.
New evidence paints a troubling picture.
A new study offers hints.
A classic nature-versus-nurture mystery.
Basic fairness apparently doesn’t come naturally to people with Machiavellian traits.
It all comes down to how people react to good news …