In "The Secret Life of Secrets", Michael Slepian explores how holding secrets affects our relationships, psychology, and well-being.
Types of therapy are about as different as the people who use it.
A deep learning AI running on a supercomputer was able to link patterns of brain connectivity to political ideology.
We know sleep is more important than aimlessly scrolling on social media or checking our email for the 50th time. So, why do we do it?
Being more creative doesn’t require a ‘Muse.’ It’s about pairing intelligence and imagination.
Your brain is trying to show you the future.
One theory for catatonia is that it is similar to an animal's “death feint.”
Until recently, video games were accused of killing brain cells. Now, researchers are trying to understand how they help players get smarter.
Grandmasters and drug dealers have one thing in common: They are many steps ahead of their rivals.
Screens were around in previous generations, but now they truly define childhood.
Will nature or nurture win out?
One form of domestic abuse involves a parent breaking their child’s connection with the other parent.
Listening to some songs can cause a powerful physiological response known as "frisson." What is it, and why does it happen?
Hoarders know their habits are abnormal, and yet they cannot help themselves. Maybe you can help them.
Are psychopaths cold-blooded murderers? Not usually.
There are many things in life that cannot be improved with greater effort. Sometimes, life requires that you step back.
To reap the benefits of digital technologies, we must contend with their addictive designs.
It doesn't matter how ridiculous a lie is. As long as it is repeated often enough, some people will believe it.
Instead of a mental illness, some research suggests that psychopathy — in moderation — is a reasonable life strategy.
A study involving nearly 2,000 people found links between personality traits and the likelihood of moving toward or away from dementia.
The effects are even worse for women.