A new study used functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) to measure brain activity as inexperienced and experienced soccer players took penalty kicks.
Dunbar's number is a popular estimate for the maximum size of social groups. But new research suggests that it's a fictitious number based on flimsy data and bad theory.
The author of 'How We Read' Now explains.
If you ask your maps app to find "restaurants that aren't McDonald's," you won't like the result.
A small percentage of people who consume psychedelics experience strange lingering effects, sometimes years after they took the drug.
Many people believe that in the face of profound evil, they would have the courage to speak up. It might be harder than we think.
Cannabidiol (CBD) seems to reduce the unpleasantness of pain, a finding that surprised the researchers behind a new, first-of-its-kind study.
Think you can hide your feelings pretty easily?
Why are rapture ideologies exploding?
A recent study used fMRI to compare the brains of psychopathic criminals with a group of 100 well-functioning individuals, finding striking similarities.
Neuroplasticity is a major driver of learning and memory in humans.
A study on charity finds that reminding people how nice it feels to give yields better results than appealing to altruism.
A new study looks at how images of coffee's origins affect the perception of its premiumness and quality.
When you say, "I'll get it done this week," you're just lying to yourself.
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