Over 10,000 people in Britain take part in "puppy play." Yes, that's an actual thing.
The popular painkiller, the main ingredient in Tylenol, made study participants less sensitive to other people's pain, too
Pet owners who cuddle their pooches may be barking up the wrong tree.
The evaluations showed the Nazis were 'fundamentally bad guys, but that's not a psychiatric diagnosis.'
An independent report commissioned by the American Psychological Association found that some of its senior officials helped justify "enhanced interrogation."
Those picked on as kids are twice as lucky to be depressed at age 18.
Novelist JM Coetzee and clinical psychoanalyst Arabella Kurtz explore the nature of storytelling.
Measuring happiness can have sad drawbacks, some argue.
And their brains process decisions and punishment differently.
The result may be due to empathy, scientists say.
A study finds that Facebook "likes" can predict some personality traits better than most humans do.
The research suggest we view our phones as extensions of ourselves.