If you learned that your next-door neighbours were having sexual relations more frequently than you and your partner, would it bother you?
People make decisions every day, some trivial, like what to eat for lunch, while others are more significant—career, marriage, buying a home. A series of studies conducted by Jeff Hughes and Abigail Scholar (University ...
We can alter our facial features in ways that make us look more trustworthy, but don't have the same ability to appear more competent, a team of New York University psychology researchers has found.
University of Queensland research suggests overconfidence may help people win romantic partners.
Powerful people respond quickly to unfair treatment when they are the victims, but they are less likely to notice injustice when they benefit or when others are victimized, according to new research published by the Society ...
People who have not found their perfect fit in a career can take heart: There is more than one way to attain passion for work.
There is a migrant crisis in Europe. Americans are eyeing their northern border with increasing envy. Canadians are preparing for a surge in arrivals from Mexico.
Biology isn't the only reason women eat less as they near ovulation, a time when they are at their peak fertility.
Men's and women's ideas of the perfect mate differ significantly due to evolutionary pressures, according to a cross-cultural study on multiple mate preferences by psychologists at The University of Texas at Austin.
When Julie compares her husband George to her friend's husband Sam, she can't help but notice that Sam is better is better at helping his children with homework. But rather than be upset about George's shortcomings in the ...