A research team mapped the electrical connections generated when surgical patients with electrodes implanted directly on their brains created memories.
Research suggests that songs with negative lyrics became increasingly common from 1950 to 2010, but since have been on the decline.
This is why people believe in conspiracy theories – and how to change their minds.
The choices donors actually make suggest that the neediest recipients are often allocated a disproportionally small share of charitable giving.
Neuroscientists find chronic stress skews decisions toward higher-risk options.
Twin research has led to all kinds incredible insights into an important mystery: nature vs. nurture or how the environment and our genes affect our health.
There is a broad range of differences in people’s ability to visually recognize objects and faces—and those skills aren’t linked to general intelligence, a new study suggests.
Even without the encouragement of an international awareness day, kindness and selflessness are widespread among both humans and animals.
Dr. Travis Bradberry shares the eight habits of considerate people.
How could kind behaviour have evolved – and why was it not eliminated by natural selection?
Research suggests that music may not help us focus on all types of task.
If we treat violence like we treat all other epidemics, we can help resolve some of today’s challenges and support a sustainable future.
Training for a marathon can revolutionise self-perception, making kind self-talk, and impacting how you talk to others.
Going with your intuition could make you judge others’ moral transgressions more harshly and keep you from changing your mind.
Asking people to think about the sensations and emotions of inanimate or non-human entities, offers a glimpse into how they think about mental life.