A new study on narcissism and COVID-19 has found narcissists are less willing to self-isolate or believe that social distancing works.
COVID-19 has resulted in a major decline in the amount of heart surgery in the US, as well as unexplained increase in deaths.
3D printing innovation: a new technique makes it possible to "feed" inanimate objects with living matter like spinach, making them stronger.
A full moon and sleeping patterns: a new paper finds that in the days leading up to a full moon, people go to sleep later, and sleep less.
A new study shows that soccer scores were higher, and players had fewer on-field conflicts, when the games took place in empty stadiums.
A new study of "indirect aggression" - better known as meanness - found that mean children very often turn into mean adults.
French study finds children's eye injuries due to alcohol-based sanitizer have increased 7x since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study into gender inequality in education has found that college male students speak 1.6 times more often than female students.
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 psychology students prefer article titles that have colons, questions, and long rather than short titles.
A new study can predict with 72% accuracy whether you're a liberal or a conservative, based only on a single low-res picture of your face.
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 has found that when ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft enter a new city, vehicle ownership increases by about 0.7%.
A new study finds narcissists drink more wine, even if they don't like wine, because they associate it with greater social attractiveness.
A new study of marriage rates in the US shows a decline of between 26% and 44% in the four regions studied.
New dream research has found that most people say their dreams are sometimes useful, sometimes even using 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 female managers are much less likely than male managers to have negative attitudes toward depression at work.
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.