A new study of marriage rates in the US shows a decline of between 26% and 44% in the four regions studied.
Dreams report: researchers have found that most people say their dreams are sometimes useful. Some even use dreams to make major life decisions.
A new study has found that the later it is at night, the more likely we are to have weird dreams and bizarre dream images.
A new study has found that the brains of lonely people differ from those of people who are not lonely, in significant and detectable ways.
IQ and EQ are closely linked: a new study finds that gifted people also have higher emotional intelligence levels.
It's not your phone, it's you: study finds users initiate 89% of their smartphone interactions, with only 11% initiated by notifications.
A study of Delaware license plate values finds that their mere scarcity has turned them into a valuable form of status signaling.
Do first impressions matter? A new German-Canadian study says no, not really; it found no evidence for the so-called “primacy effect."
Optimistically yours: this new study shows optimism can be detected by a brain scan
New research finds that having a pet leads to better health
New research shows that increased use of “I” and “we” can be warning signs of a breakup
Mongooses have a “fair society” because moms care for all the group’s pups as their own