A new study finds that 24 out of 28 interviewed therapists admit that they sometimes Google their patients.
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.
A new study describes a robot that can predict how another robot will behave, a first step in developing so-called Theory of Mind.
A new study shows older people have trouble understanding text written in capital letters, but this outdated practice still lives on.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 has found that when ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft enter a new city, vehicle ownership increases by about 0.7%.
Study on IQ scores of video gamers finds women outscore men, Android users outscore iPhone users, and Rainbow Six Siege is the smartest game.
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.
Frontier mentality is still alive and well in the West, according to this new research
Dreams report: researchers find that 62% of people report having “useful dreams”
Decision fatigue: loan applications processed in afternoon more likely to be rejected
Blissful afternoon naps make kids happier, smarter, and better able to focus