Some argue that, far from motivating pro-social behaviours, empathy can push us towards inaction at best and racism and violence at worst Why do we flinch when we see someone hit their thumb with a hammer?
A research-backed sign your relationship could be in trouble is about what you think, not what you do
A study published in 1987 by Jeffry Simpson, then at Texas A&M University, found that people were more likely to break up with their partner if they felt as if they could find someone else just as good
With the temperature dropping, we can’t help but feel the need to curl up with a good book (or a good book adaptation on Netflix), break out our coziest flannel and take photographs of *all* the leaves.
Get replicas of everything from Fido to the new family minivan. Add this one to your grocery list. A supermarket chain in the U.K. is offering a new service that lets customers scan objects and then get
Yes, but only with practice. The best place to start is right before bed. Deirdre Barrett, a professor of psychology at Harvard University and author of The Committee of Sleep, asked 76 college students