Historic building preservation 2.0: bacterial treatments now allow cracks in old (and new) buildings to self-repair as soon as they appear.
Do therapists Google their patients? A new study finds that 86% of interviewed therapists admit that they sometimes do.
A new research paper has found that a sample of undergraduate psychology students prefer article titles that have colons, questions, and long rather than short titles.
Status envy: a study finds people envy others' social status (for example how respected they are) more than they envy others' possessions.
A new study looked at the long-term effects of skipping a grade in elementary school, and found no negative effects on kids' mental health.
A new study shows older people have trouble understanding text written in capital letters, but this outdated practice still lives on. Why?
A new study finds that children lack the “speciesism” bias of adults, and value some animal life as much as human life.
A new study finds that children with more self control turn out to be healthier, happier, and more financially sound at age 45.