A new study finds that automated hedge funds get better results than hedge funds that rely on human judgement.
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A new study finds that people's favorite scent - despite varying cultural backgrounds - is vanilla.
Doing housework is associated with improved memory, better attention span, and fewer falls in older adults.
A new survey has found that about three quarters of cohabitating couples disagree on how to split home chores fairly.
Why has Wordle become such a global success? We look at 6 psychological reasons that explain this viral phenomenon.
The Fresh Air Clip is a wearable device that monitors an individual's personal exposure to the Covid-19 virus.
A new study shows older people have trouble understanding text written in all caps, but this outdated practice still lives on. Why?
The Truth About Emotional intelligence vs IQ, and What You Can Do to Improve Both
New study finds that privilege – the intergenerational transfer of wealth and resources – exists in many animal species too.
A new study on the "giving back" plans of 1,000 engaged couples in the US has found that 64% intend to make supporting a charitable cause part of their upcoming wedding celebration.
According to new study, about 50% of smokers in the Netherlands would keep smoking even if a pack of cigarettes cost €60 ($68).
New study shows that people who believe in astrology tend to be more narcissistic and less intelligent
A new study has found that narcissism is the strongest predictor of people who believe in astrology, and that the IQ levels of believers tend to be lower.
A new study finds children whose parents were exposed to radiation at Chernobyl have no more germline mutations than normal.
What are the most important traits of a good citizen? For starters, how about understanding your rights and duties.
New study reveals a water purification technology that is "millions of times more effective" than traditional commercial methods.
A new study extracts the cultural values of London, Paris, Vienna, and New York by analyzing their street names.
A new wearable energy harvesting device turns sweat into a source of energy for small devices.
Nomophobia statistics: since 2012, the fear of being without a mobile phone has grown from 77% to almost 90% among U.S. college students.
A new study finds that positive peer pressure drives people to follow social distancing guidelines: they do what their friends and family do.