Want a happy, satisfying relationship? Psychologists say the best way is to learn to take a joke.
They have more casual sex, too.
A new survey asks Europeans and Americans to share their imaginary lives.
Research says we overestimate the risk of truthtelling.
Millennials are killing everything great about our society including…divorce?
We all live by society's invisible rules but for some groups, these rules are tighter than for others, says psychologist Michele Gelfand.
A newly discovered phenomenon shows that humans communicate outside of mere auditory and visual modes.
How useful are the algorithms dating sites use? According to one regulatory agency, not very.
The origin of the word 'respect' comes from the Latin verb 'respicere', which means to take another look back at something or someone. Here's how to restore respect after conflict.
Perhaps you’re thinking you don’t know any non-monogamous people. But I wouldn’t be too sure.
A previously unknown species – single people – has recently been discovered.
Most marriages end in resentment. Why should longevity be the sole marker of a successful marriage?
Pregnancy is proving to be a crucial time to study the effects of hope and optimism within a relationship.
A recent study examines the ways in which spouses affect an individual's tendency to pursue challenging and rewarded opportunities.
Why do people have the same fights, over and over again? That's the repetition compulsion, a deeply ingrained psychological phenomenon—but not so deep that it can't be beaten.
A groundbreaking study from a Harvard University team suggests that monogamy may be genetically programmed within some mammals.
Dr. Gottman, a psychologist who studies relationships, explains the 5:1 rule.
Recent research in psychology reveals insights into how the stories we are exposed to affect our identities and ideas. What implications does this hold for the influence of the news and the ethics of journalism?