As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, can jokes be a force for breaking down the cultural barriers of old? Gary McKeown looks at the camaraderie behind puns
Think carefully before you Boomerang your brunch...
American Psychological Association urges people to 'resist the trap of vilifying those with different opinions'
Rebecca Sharrock's earliest memory is from when she was 12 days old
A former employee of the tech giant has revealed how a person can stop absent-mindedly wasting their time on their phone
Simply using phrases like 'refugees in a group' instead of 'a group of refugees' can have dramatic impact, study suggests
One of the company's techniques involves male managers adopting a female persona
Depression may be patterned to certain underlying brain structures
Tim Harford, economist and author of the book 'Messy: How To be Creative and Resilient in a Tidy-Minded World' believes that ugly fonts like Comic Sans or Monotype Corsiva help you concentrate on what you are reading.
Self-esteem is a wonderful but delicate thing. When our self-esteem is high, we feel more resilient, we're less vulnerable to anxiety and rejection, and less cortisol, or the stress hormone, is released into our bloodstream.
The reputation of oxytocin as the hormone linked to positive social bonding has been called into question
Sandra Kim has been accused of being racist for founding the program, but she argues that white people also suffer in an unjust world
'We fear that too much is at stake to be silent any longer', say psychiatrists
'I don’t think that the absence of humans on the planet would be a bad thing at all'
Sometimes, striving for perfection can drive us forwards. But it can also be stifling to self-sabotage, argues life coach Fiona Buckland
“Trump acts like a child who hasn’t yet developed enough to consider anyone else’s opinion”