We've all heard that first impressions are incredibly hard to shake. Experts often say that's because of cognitive biases that make it hard for people to change their opinions once they've formed them.
Psychologists are uncovering the surprising influence of geography on our reasoning, behaviour, and sense of self. As Horace Capron first travelled through Hokkaido in 1871, he searched for a sign of life
(CNN) — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders angrily clashed over auto industry bailouts, guns, political battles from the 1990s and ties to Wall Street on Sunday, as underlying tensions in the Democratic
We've all felt it before: that sinking sensation in your stomach when you're delayed on the tarmac, as the minutes inch closer to your connecting flight. AFAR Deputy Editor Jennifer Flowers, who recently
Cars that run on the energy of the Sun have already hit the roads of the Australian desert. As the video above explains, they can even cruise along at the same kinds of speeds as a petrol engine. Imagine
As robots enter our home, they may steal secrets about your life that you don't want to share, argue two experts in robotics law and the philosophy of technology. In February, a South Korean woman was