While COVID-19 has had massive economic and environmental impacts, the effects on us in social environments can't be underestimated, including at work, in public and with our family.
Women are more likely than men to follow guidelines outlined by medical experts and governments to prevent the spread of COVID-19, new research finds.
The coronavirus pandemic has stopped research projects and medical trials all over the world. Could virtual reality offer scientists an alternative to real-life labs?
Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna have been awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry after their breakthrough development of 'genetic scissors'.
It involves asking yourself, 'What if everyone did that?' and could have implications for the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change.
Researchers have developed a new way to influence dreams through “Targeted Dream Incubation”, which works by repeating information as you're drifting off.
For more than 150 years, scientists have considered bird song to be an exclusively male trait, but female scientists have changed that.
Do you suffer from a tendency to ruminate? Have negative bias and an alarmist sense of threat? Emotional numbness? Inattention and cognitive fog?
Researchers have been looking for differences in the brains of men and women for decades. However, neuroscientists are still unable to identify any consistent difference.
A new Swedish study has revealed a common psychological trend among people who debate and share their political views and opinions on the internet.
A psychologist explains how COVID-19 is changing our behaviour, especially our heightened emotional connection with strangers and sense of community.
Lockdown is an emotional experience. Read an extract from Rana El Kaliouby's book 'A Girl Decoded' on how the expression of feelings is subject to cultural differences.