'While some women spoke about faking orgasm in positive ways, for instance, as a pleasurable experience that heightened their own arousal, many talked about feigning pleasure in the context of unwanted and unpleasurable sexual experiences'
Researchers from Stanford University concluded that parents who believe faliure to be debilitating are more likely to have children who believe they cannot improve
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
Avoid cramming in lots of information into a short space of time at all costs
The psychology of betting tells us something interesting about what happens when we win and lose - and why we choose to bet in the first place
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'
'Individuals who display unusual behavioural patterns are outside of the norm, and by definition unpredictable'
People interpret emojis differently through a survey done by 304 crowd workers in Amazon Mechanical Turk
Faking a smile actually does make you happier!
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
Psychologists have devised surveys to measure where a person falls on the "dark triad” spectrum of personalities, which encompasses Machiavellianism, narcissism and psychopathy
A paedophile has the 'same ingrained attraction that a heterosexual female may feel towards a male', psychologist says
'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