Generally people drink to either increase positive emotions or decrease negative ones.
A new study explains why some people seem to be better than others at ridding their minds of intrusive thoughts.
Charisma comes down to two things.
The U.S. has been steadily losing its religion for decades — but that trend might ramp up significantly in the years to come.
Most marriages end in resentment. Why should longevity be the sole marker of a successful marriage?
The big, unknowable questions in life are seductive, but without small, trivial questions as insulation, those large mysteries can consume us.
These results may someday offer doctors an early warning biomarker for heart disease.
Is moral superiority the reason American society is so polarized?
Here’s the number one factor for whether an organization is a success or a failure.
In The Hacking of the American Mind, Robert Lustig holds up a much needed mirror to our consumption habits.
Raising money for charity is one thing. Knowing where to give it is another. When some charities are 100 times more effective than others, a world champion poker player knows how to spot who's bluffing.
The question isn't "are you happy"... but rather "what kind of happy are you"?
Two classic episodes from Think Again's origins, reunited at last.
The Tokyo-based company is located on the 29th floor of a building, meaning all smoking breaks take at least 15 minutes.
A college professor used YONDR pouches to stop students from accessing their smartphones.
What are you capable of? David Goggins' amazing and grueling feat of persistence shows how tough the human mind can be.
Knowing who you are can stop you from becoming who you want to be.
The reason why illuminates a certain bias we all seem to have.
Being too optimistic can have real drawbacks, according to a new study that looks at expectations of life that are not grounded in reality.
Two meditation pioneers, Daniel Goleman and Richard J Davidson, answer that question in their new book, Altered Traits.
A new study shows that adult dogs can learn to distinguish generous and selfish people, but puppies can’t.