Study finds they will console one another by grooming when one individual is observed suffering from painful distress
Mental strength is more often seen in what you don't do
Not only were police shown to be just as susceptible to misconceptions about the law as the general public, they were more confident in their answers
Does calling a child clever teach them unhelpful behaviour?
A researcher at the University of Bern in Switzerland, split ruthlessness into three different traits – Machiavellianism, narcissism and psychopathy
A study probed why some people are reluctant to help others
Exploring how flippant comment affect otherwise good parenting
Feeling better when you are alone is a sure sign things are not working
Comments made on same day Ucas releases data showing there to be more women than men in two thirds of courses
It all comes down to one thing: fear
Marie Carter, Editor of Pets Magazine, explores how the furrier members of our families help our minds and bodies
The prospect of a new year inspires many people to make resolutions and transform their lives. In doing so, we are all essentially chasing happiness.
A new study has found that there are three main categories of foolish behaviour – confident ignorance, lack of control and absentmindedness
Einstein wasn't ashamed and neither should you be, say experts
Acts of kindness will improve your mental health and help you cope better with stress, study shows
In the journal entry, the co-authors wrote: “We cannot help but judge others on the basis of their speech."