Psychology studies show painful experiences aren’t dictated by how long they go on for, and this could teach us an important lesson about everything from hospital operations to holidays, says Tom Stafford.
Mobile phones and other gadgets could interfere with sensitive electronic systems, some theories suggest. So why is it still so difficult to prove the truth behind the claims? I have a guilty secret to
We can justify our decisions by how we feel, or so we believe. The problem, as psychology studies have shown, is that we often make up these reasons. We're taught from childhood how important it is to
There’s a vast amount of fun to be had with the possibilities that other universes exist, so how should we react to claims that some of these might be real? Stand by for something fascinating about mitochondria.