While the unchecked ego might be popular at parties, it can get us into all kinds of trouble. Mark Epstein, MD combines psychotherapy and Buddhism to help people live with the self.
How useful are the algorithms dating sites use? According to one regulatory agency, not very.
Short-term use isn’t a problem. Long-term use however may come with lots of side effects.
The effect worked best when the women knew whose shirt it was.
Is high IQ really something that can genuinely turn people on? Apparently so — but only to a certain point.
What was going on in the world of health and strange bodily functions?
Consider carefully the words of Willy Loman and Maya Angelou.
Some helpful tips for the SAD.
Amnesty International and The Economist are very different organisations, but they have reached similar conclusions on policies regarding sex markets. Last August, the International Council of Amnesty...
The results of this study could change how we approach athletic training.
Scientists identify for the first time two specific genes that may foster a predisposition for being gay in men.
100,000 years of human history and young adulthood is still getting weirder. Noël Wells on art, power, and our super dark times.
Is "alloparenting" the end of family as we know it?
In 1944, the economist, physicist, mathematician and computer scientist John von Neumann published a book that became a sensation, at least among mathematicians – Theory of Games and Economic Behavior. Written...
Research points to many social-cognitive, emotional, behavioral and biological benefits that marriage seems to bestow on its participants.
These results may help us build robots that humans respond more positively to.
Who actually practices what they preach? Various studies suggest that blue states do a better job at staying married and avoiding teen pregnancy—but like all data, it's not so simple.
The researcher behind some well-known gender studies is accused of making them all up.
A study finds that conflicting points of view are more likely to lead to dehumanizing others if they're written and not spoken.
Here's the first evidence to challenge the 'lucky sperm' narrative.