Quantum mechanics is helping scientists to unravel the mysteries of the natural world.
Research from Michigan University shows that positive and negative memories can influence our risk of chronic illness and depression for decades after memories are formed.
Research shows that repetition allows children to absorb more knowledge and prepares them for future experiences.
Open-plan offices should, in theory, boost interaction and collaboration between colleagues, but a new study shows they have the opposite effect.
Corporal punishment sends mixed messages to children, which could lead to aggressive behaviour and developmental problems in later life.
Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab has created a VR experience called “Becoming Homeless, where participants experience possible outcomes from losing their job.
Crying once a week can improve your mental health, according to a teacher encouraging Japanese students and workers to shed tears. Here’s how it reduces stress...
The friends that adolescents select, the influence they have on each other, and gender may all play a role in establishing friendships that can help, or possibly hurt, teens, according to...
Changes to your lifestyle can have a significant impact on your mental health and wellbeing.
Gallup surveyed 154,000 adults in 145 countries to create a snapshot of the world’s emotions.
Roman stoicism taught its followers to accept that we cannot control everything, and to find happiness in what life gives us.
New research shows that those who are friends or in relationships with people from other cultures perform better at creative tasks.
Automation has transformed an Icelandic farm - benefiting both the animals and farmer.
In Brazil – which has a notoriously violent penal system – a non-profit organization has achieved astounding success running prisons where there are no weapons and inmates have keys.
Research shows that we don’t actually access and use all available memories when creating personal narratives.