His crime was so great, he was not only sentenced to death but his name was to be erased from memory.
"When Harry Met Sally" lied to you.
There are issues with Kinsey's data, but his books revolutionized Americans' thinking about sex and sexuality.
Scientists have three theories.
Spend well, save well, live well.
Scientific evidence does not support the use of trigger warnings, which are described as a "disingenuous gesture of trauma awareness."
A history of othering, experimentation, and mystery.
In a psychedelic state, the relationship between your “narrative” and “minimal” selves seems to transform in unique ways.
Musical preferences are correlated with personality traits — and these connections are largely consistent across cultures and continents.
Individuals and organizations can maintain a strong and enduring identity by repeatedly remaking themselves.
Quality down time is important for relationships. Here are three practical suggestions to create more of it.
The mountain can generate lenticular clouds, which may contribute to its supernatural reputation.
Jung thought these autonomous entities live in your unconscious mind — often at a cost.
Philosopher Lee McIntyre discusses the dangers of disinformation, how such falsehoods spread, and what we can do about it.
Language influences how you visually process the world, which in turn influences your memory of it.
Simple "nudges" to remind people to show up for court could help keep thousands out of jail.
There’s really only one mistake you can make: continue doing the same thing you already know is hurting you and expect a different result.
Do you really need a monstrous upbringing to make monsters?
Be more like Goldilocks.
If you see life as only a source of suffering and misery, why bring anyone else into that? This belief, called anti-natalism, is on the rise.
A few key moments are linked to significant shifts in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki explains why zero anxiety isn’t the goal.
Listening to some songs can cause a powerful physiological response known as "frisson." What is it, and why does it happen?