On paper, nothing about horror films should attract us - so why is it a billion-dollar industry?
Researchers compared singers with adults doing other classes to see how quickly they bonded
In a climate where politicians are seen as weak and ineffectual, authenticity is ‘trumping’ narcissism alone.
Fitter men use the lefthand side of the brain which is more associated with youth-like tasks
Over the course of any given day, the average person sees plenty of odd behavior. A bizarre outfit or a strange conversation, an unfamiliar gesture or anything, really, that doesn't fit into the realm of acceptable behavior.
Having a sense of entitlement can often be viewed as a sign of confidence, and belief in your own abilities: something positive. But when does this behaviour cross the line?
The yet-to-be-released study reports that men 'showed less attraction toward women who outsmarted them'
The ‘guilt-prone’ better able to read others’ emotions, study shows
It turns out procrastinators have agile minds
Stressed-out toddlers who are placed in uncomfortable and unfamiliar circumstances are more likely to fall back on their habits and less likely to try new things, research shows.
Feelings of empathy towards one person can lead us to irrationally inflict pain on someone else, even when that second person has done nothing wrong
Professor Adam Grant says 'givers' suffer from being too generous in the short term but it pays off later on
I don’t hate marijuana for what happened to me, but more people should be aware that it isn't always benign and cheerful
A quarter of suicides occur within three months of discharge from hospital, a major study in Scotland has found.
Inmates due to be freed should have face-to-face hearings – but there are not enough officers to go round