Psychology research shows that happy people make more money, perform better at work, live longer, and have better marriages than everyone else. But the causes of happiness are elusive — philosophers have
How much do you trust your brain? We're asking, because a new study published in Psychological Science provides scientific evidence that it's not hard to manipulate people's memories -- even to make them
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Sheriffs have accused Google’s Waze traffic app of being a stalking app and called for alerts that indicate when police are nearby to be switched off, reports The Guardian. In 2013, Google acquired Waze,