Researchers continue to examine what consciousness actually means - with conclusions you might not have expected.
New research shows that personal responsibility makes a person truly trustworthy.
Whether or not you're religious, our morality seems to come from the same place.
New research highlights a neural link between depression and sleep problems.
As our understanding of the brain advances, do we need to rethink the ethics of influencing free will?
Behavioural science looks at the impact of humour on our actions.
A new study shows that open-plan offices actually reduce collaboration and face-to-face communication.
It's changing young brains and bodies - and possibly even the evolution of our hands.
Research suggests that superstitions can create a positive mental attitude, but could also cause habitual behaviour.
Whether you believe in free will very depending on how you define it - particularly whether you view it scientifically or philosophically.
Neuroscience can help leaders understand their employees' motivations and attitudes, helping them to engage more in the workplace.
With the world's eyes on immigration in the US, Carlos Ponce discusses the psychological effects that forced separation can have on children.
A joint study by Columbia and Yale researchers has identified the parietal cortex as the possible home of spiritual experiences.
Does your brain need re-training to find the right job?
MIT researchers have developed the interface that transcribes words, without you speaking them aloud.