Some chickens like to travel far. Others like to stick near the chicken coup. New research links a chicken's personality and ranging behavior to impulse control.
Researchers find evidence that genes involved in Williams-Beuren syndrome may have helped our faces become more slender.
According to a study published in JAMA Psychiatry, students that displayed higher levels of maturity and calmness were less likely to develop dementia in older age, or develop the condition later.
Even when everything's going great in your relationship, deep down you likely harbor some ambivalence toward your partner. Psychology research suggests it's not just OK, but normal.
Drinking alcohol made shy people feel less anxious—but only in the short term, scientists found.
As people mature, their type might change.
There also appears to be little benefit in being extremely attractive over simply being very attractive in the eyes of a typical potential partner.
Our eyes are a window into our personality.
Participants in clinical trials who were given a small dose of psychedelics were rated as having more openness than non-users.
Perfectionists should consider talking to themselves about their mistakes as they might to a friend, one expert says.
The study used brain scanning software to revisit an old and misguided theory.
Men with higher levels of testosterone were more likely to prefer rock music, while lower levels were associated with a preference for classical and jazz.
Female psychopaths can be just as cunning and calculated as their male counterparts.
What's your Neanderthal quotient?
These dangerous personalities appear to favor certain songs over others, although the reason why is not yet clear.
Only 34 percent of U.S. adults said Trump has the personality and leadership qualities a president should, far lower than responses about Obama and Bush.
A man's level of self-confidence and sociability is tied to a higher income in later life—and these positive traits are increasing in society over recent decades.
Experiments show people who are more "open" are more creative, and these people have different visual experiences, experiments show.
A study finds that Facebook "likes" can predict some personality traits better than most humans do.
A new study of 800 men between ages of 18 and 40 suggests a heightened chance of antisocial behaviors among social media hounds.