Should police officers be able to get away with having sex with detainees?
A new organization, Thorn, has been launched to help victims of a new crime called "sexploitation" in which abusers extort victims over the publication of intimate images.
Even things like appetite and tiredness move through social networks, researchers found.
The findings have implications for both men and women.
Optimism may be quantifiably keeping marriages together, especially after the so-called honeymoon period ends.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Writer Kurt Andersen on passionate kookiness as the American Way.
In an analysis of more than 140 million of its U.S. members, LinkedIn identified a key difference between how men and women present themselves in their profiles.
Studies reveal behaviors that make people unlikeable.
New study says extroverts are more fatigued over time from social interaction than introverts.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Claire Messud on childhood, growing up, and how we contain the things that scare us.
The internet is ablaze in controversy over the new AI "Gaydar" study. Did the researchers do anything wrong by pursuing this research?
Psychology professor Jean M Twenge argues that teens are suffering elevated levels of depression and loneliness, and their phones are to blame.
A new study shows that most people are surprisingly ambivalent about their decision to break up with their partner — even right before they do it.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Author Salman Rushdie on the secret life of cities and so much more.
Polygamy has been denounced by the Mormon church for more than 100 years. So why does the stereotype persist?
Pregnancy is proving to be a crucial time to study the effects of hope and optimism within a relationship.
You might think philosophy is a boy's club. We are here to correct that misconception.
The deepest, funniest, strangest moments from the past year of the Think Again podcast. Featuring Kory Stamper, Teju Cole, George Saunders, Slavoj Zizek, Jennifer Doudna, and Timothy Spall.
The deepest, funniest, weirdest moments from the past year of the Think Again podcast. Featuring Daniel Dennett, Sarah Goldhagen, Ian McEwan, Alison Gopnik, Erik Kandel, and Alan Alda.
Much of our sense of what is attractive comes into focus when viewed through the lens of successful reproduction.
A recent study examines the ways in which spouses affect an individual's tendency to pursue challenging and rewarded opportunities.