There may be a psychological explanation for why the world is not more worried about possible nuclear warfare.
"How much does it hurt?" is not always a black-and-white question, and it seems men are more likely to bend the truth.
Do you have any idea how much synthetic down winter coat is actually worth? What about a toaster? Of course not. No one does.
Psychologist explains how emotional language is key in finding a following.
Parker said the site created a "social-validation feedback loop ... exactly the kind of thing that a hacker like myself would come up with."
Closure is never easy following extreme trauma, but according to one grief counselor, the religious ties in Sunderland Springs Texas may help the small community pull through.
The specific issues causing the most stress included health care, the economy and the level of trust in the government, a survey showed.
The average person carries 13 secrets with them—five of which they've never told.
One NYU psychologist is working to ensure that people can detect whether the person they're trying to hire or match with online is a psychopath.
Both men and women rate funny people as more attractive, too.
Boys will be boys, but those who have a number of childhood injuries could become more promiscuous men.
Breast cancer survivor gets multiple surgeries, from breast augmentation to Brazilian butt lift, to resemble Melania Trump.
When shifting attention between two separate tasks, the birds outperformed their counterparts.
The nonmedical definition of paranoia is the tendency toward excessive or irrational suspiciousness and distrustfulness of others. By his own words, Trump operates on the assumption that everyone is out to get him.
These dangerous personalities appear to favor certain songs over others, although the reason why is not yet clear.