Watch entertaining reconstructions of classic experiments demonstrating our predisposition toward dishonesty.
An experiment from the 1920s explains why cliffhangers are so compelling and starting a task is often the most important part.
The psychologist who fundamentally changed how teachers talk to children warns her message has been lost in translation.
A report from the National Council on Teacher Quality has found teacher-training textbooks aren't based in evidence.
The ability to delay gratification is vital for a successful life, and research suggests it is a skill that can be cultivated.
We all make small mistakes, but sometimes journalists report the complete and utter opposite of what a study really found.
The researcher behind the famed Dunning-Kruger Effect has found expertise can lead us to claim impossible knowledge.
Hotelling's law, a principle from game theory explains the tendency for industries to set up shop right next door to their closest competitor.
Richard Feynman's method for understanding science can also be used for detecting pseudoscience.
How one researcher created a pirate bay for science more powerful than even libraries at top universities.
Does the claim made by the leader of the €1 Billion Human Brain Project stand a chance of coming to fruition?
Research has shown that drugs dogs routinely act based on the behavioral cues of their handlers, rather than acting on their sense of smell, raising important questions about the Fourth Amendment rights of anyone subject to search based on their actions.
Why Banksy's dystopian vision of the future might be the kind of shock we need to realize the problems humanity faces.
A look at the implications of a promising discovery by researchers at Google.
Over 3,000 studies have now been conducted into acupuncture; it's time to accept that the ancient Chinese practice is a complete waste of time.
George Washington was not only the founding father of the U.S., but also of mass immunization.