A group of academics is hoping to rescue laziness from negativity and recast it as a ‘performative notion’
Your keyboard may be influencing your behaviour online
'Pretty much all the pilots we tested fall prey to these biases'
Cognitive bias is a dangerous tool – it can even affect judges’ sentencing – but retailers ruthlessly employ it to persuade us we’re clever shoppers, as Joseph Devlin found out
Many participants in the study said their paranoia had disappeared after their VR therapy sessions
'Finding a partner who is first and foremost a friend can have myriad benefits'
In the UK, it is legal to smack a child provided that no physical marks are left, such as bruising or bleeding
A number of health and professionals from other industries have been studied in recent years and many, not unsurprisingly, also show high levels of stress
Faking a smile actually does make you happier!
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
Accepting responsibility for your mistake and offering to fix things are the two most important components of any apology
Marie Carter, Editor of Pets Magazine, explores the pain of pet bereavement to mark National Pet Month
'Music is very important to us and is often closely linked to our identity'
Reluctance of people to decide how long they expect to live for puts them off planning for retirement, according to research
Researchers used an algorithm to change study participants' voices
Understanding the science of attraction can’t guarantee you a date tonight, but it can point the way towards forming mutually benefiting relationships with other people