Anticipation is part of the fun – or most of the fun, if the research is to be believed.
Research shows the changing shape of relationships and marriages in the United States.
How do you define love? A new study attempts to find out by searching the world’s languages for words relating to love that don’t exist in English.
A new study looks at the impact of our parents genes on our development - even the ones we don't inherit.
New research suggests we might be glued to smartphones because of our evolutionary need to connect.
New research explores how trust changes between cultures - looking at the UK and Japan.
Infants recognize that speech in a language not their own serves a particular purpose, a new study indicates.
Researchers at Brigham Young University in Utah have created an algorithm designed to help AI and humans learn to cooperate.
There are more young people than ever in the world, yet we know so little about them. Here's how to remedy that, says adolescent psychologist Ronald Dahl.
Some people think Lego is just for children, there are benefits for adults to use it too.
Recent research indicates that psychological flexibility is the key to greater happiness and well-being.
A new study examines whether a person’s creative thinking ability can be explained, in part, by a connection between three brain networks.
Research suggests that teenagers' reluctance to get up in the morning might be driven by biology rather than laziness.
In a new study, researchers found a notable change in the brains of 16 women who wrote daily about gratitude in an online journal.
Research shows that the perception of truth is slippery when viewed through the prism of different languages and cultures.