A new book explores how the emotion manifests itself day-to-day.
A new large-scale study explores the link between parents' socio-economic background and genetics in children's educational performance.
Research suggests it might have been the norm to sleep in 4-hour bursts, broken by up to 3 hours of activity.
This infographic explores the links between GDP per capita and life satisfaction.
A new report reveals that Finland is the happiest country in the world based on a range of measures including GDP per capita, freedom to make life choices, and corruption levels.
For years, empathy has been linked to upbringing. But new research suggests your ability to understand others comes from within.
How are Behavioural Sciences applied in our economy and society currently? What opportunities will they open up in the next 10-15 years? Which sectors can profit most? What are the risks ...
We are now constantly assessing everything we say and do to make sure we don't hurt others. But our inflated sense of morality might be a bad thing.
Everyday things that will help from an early age.
A new study finds that people who earn $200,000 are probably no happier than those earning $120,000.
It's pretty straightforward, according to new research.
Research suggests that children who see a wide range of genders, races and sexualities on screen are less likely to develop stereotypes.
Where adults can most easily comprehend a word when they look at it straight on, children need to look a bit up and to the left. For faces, they need to look a bit up and to the right. Why?
Studies on whether violent games cause real-life violence have had mixed results at best.
A new study suggest our off-screen life isn't as affected by what we do online as you might think.