A new study found no evidence for the so-called “primacy effect,” suggesting that first impressions don’t really matter so much after all.
A new study finds that cats and dogs living together can get along without much conflict, despite their (very) different temperaments.
A new study suggests that 30% to 50% percent of big-game hunters in the Pleistocene and Holocene eras in the Americas were women.
A new study finds that psilocybin greatly reduced depressive symptoms in a sample of 24 subjects.
Although important characters seem to be randomly killed off, their deaths follow predictable rules, a new study shows.
A new study finds movies about mental illness earn more money, get better reviews, and win more Oscars than average.