Athletes perform better if they focus on the intended outcome of an action, rather than the action itself, writes sport scientist Gabrielle Wulf.
Movies can make you laugh, cry, and think differently about life. It’s no surprise that climate change movies are helping activists spread their message.
Problem framing could yield new solutions to major issues such as climate change and gender inequality. Identifying common framing patterns will help.
A professor of psychiatric epidemiology explains how we can all manage our return to 'normal' as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ease in some countries
A new study has found that over 90% of parents reported spending more quality moments with their partner and child since the beginning of the pandemic.
New research looks at why people might hope for the worst when receiving news, suggesting it might be a relief because it makes difficult decisions for us.
A new Yale study has shed light on how people make food choices. The study assessed under what conditions fruit flies favour calorie intake over taste.
Throughout the pandemic people died from COVID-19 believing it still didn't exist. Two psychologists, suggest 5 ways science denial can be challenged.
From increasing confidence to making better decisions, self-awareness is a helpful trait in many aspects of life and can be nurtured daily through writing.
David Comerford, a senior lecturer from the University of Stirling, explains the role of behavioural science in reparations for slavery and colonial abuses.
Wharton management professor Adam Grant sits down with Dean Erika James to discuss his new book 'Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know'.
The UK's recent relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions has meant citizens are allowed to hug again. Hugs' relaxing effect has major benefits to our health.