When we don't know the reasons behind our choices, we confabulate.
These findings fit in with an overarching evolutionary theory on loneliness.
The results of this study could have implications for autism, addiction, and domestic violence.
Infographics that show how we’re all addicted to something.
Why did Shakespeare find fault in ambition?
Scientists propose an out-of-the-box theory about why the world has no more than three dimensions.
Some evidence attributes a certain neurological phenomenon to a near death experience.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide found high success rates for lucid dreaming.
We don’t know what causes migraines. But this new theory ties a lot of things together.
Everyone could be wearing a tDCS cap in 5-10 years, top scientist states.
Adults tend to become lazy with their thinking, backing into moral and ethical wrongdoing without noticing fully what they’re doing.
Scientists realize that fish are sentient and intelligent, though unfortunately, they also get depressed.
Democracies can fail. They usually do. Van Jones on how America might become functional again.
Do you really need a lot of stuff to be happy? Science says that the opposite is true.
This is the 1st brain game proven to improve cognitive abilities. Why not try it yourself?
A new report suggests Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana might be reducing opioid deaths in the state.
A recent study looks at whether collective apologies on behalf of countries may inspire hope that can lead to reconciliation.
It seems intuitive that the best way to interpret how others are feeling would be to both see and hear how they’re behaving. However, a new study suggests that’s dead wrong.
Your mindset can rewind aging, physically and mentally, as these jaw-dropping experiments show.
Look at Wall Street in 2008, and the White House right now. Diversity—of people and cognitive perspectives—is crucial for avoiding failure.
This is a nice addition to the findings of the “yellow snow” study.