Who you gonna call? A rational scientist to help explain things.
The unintended consequences could be explained by a psychological phenomenon called the "boomerang effect."
Results could one day lead to novel treatments or therapies for reducing domestic violence, the lead author said.
Our eyes are a window into our personality.
What if we had the ability to fool our brain into thinking that we'd experienced something that never happened?
Researchers surveyed workers about the negativity they encountered at work and how it impacted their health.
Are we looking for aliens in the wrong way?
At work, 'successful' psychopaths make it to the highest echelons of power as they are willing to do whatever is necessary to get what they want.
Participants in clinical trials who were given a small dose of psychedelics were rated as having more openness than non-users.
It could provide a way to share the content of our imagination.
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.
The Montreal Cognitive Assessment asks people to draw a cube, remember five words and repeat sentences exactly.
The man left behind torn Bible pages, handwritten passages and a chapel made from a circle of stones.
It's easier to lie when you're not speaking your native language.