Past research on ‘disgust sensitivity’ show it’s linked to political orientation, but the new study is the first to explore exactly how it’s linked to voting behavior.
In the wake of yet another tragic loss of a woman’s life, police predictably advised people to “stay safe” by engaging in a range of “protective” strategies. Why is this a problem?
In the 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases, a new one has appeared: Gaming Disorder.
Free market ideology uses democratic vocabulary as propaganda, obscuring a non-democratic reality.
Device uses ultrafast “frequency hopping” and data encryption to protect wireless signals from being intercepted and jammed.
Let kids be kids. Watching over your children's every move is a bad idea, and the long-term effects of helicopter-parenting are far worse than thought.
A new study on more than 32,000 nurses explores how chronotype may influence women's chances of developing depression.
Digital Video Portraits are already beating out deepfakes for creepy cultural dominance.
Is God an old white guy with a majestic, flowing beard? A new study has a surprise for you.
The most famous study in psychology turns out to be theater, and the lead researcher is over defending his myth.
A study finds a link between intolerant attitudes among some Americans and support for anti-democratic measures and army rule.
There’s no escaping its vast power and utility for the human enterprise. Stories, great tales, and songs have all been written about the all-mighty dollar. Here's 10 documentaries that we think you'll enjoy.
As marijuana grows more acceptable in the US, fringe groups and experts are beginning to consider its role in the Christian faith. Could cannabis oil have helped Jesus perform miracles?
Aurora 21 will help the US keep pace among the other nations who own the fastest supercomputers. Scientists plan on using it to map the connectome of the human brain.
Scientists figure out why so many people believe in conspiracy theories.
The idea of a "healthy gut flora" might have gotten you laughed out of the room just five years ago, but they've slowly been more accepted over the years and are now firmly in the mainstream.
It’s no surprise our level of empathy impacts how we process social interactions with other people. But how might empathy affect the way we process music? That’s the question addressed in a first-of-its-kind...
Our always-on culture has us working harder, doing more, and sleeping less. While the health ailments of sleep deprivation are well known, a study by Rand Europe shows that it is costing the economy as well, with...
“Sexbots” are coming. They're supposed to fill in the gap for the career focused, help undermine sex trafficking and abuse, and even curb STI rates, but are these claims true?
Humanity is on the move. Fleeing war, oppression, poverty . . . millions worldwide leave their home countries daily in search of asylum. IT WILL BE CHAOS filmmakers Lorena Luciano and Filippo Piscopo on what this...