Study shows remote raters of an online Skype or Zoom interview give candidates lower marks than people who watch the same interview in person.
Machine vs human IQ test: instead of despairing, people losing to a computer on an IQ test roll up their sleeves and try harder.
A new study finds that lockdown-related school closures may have protected some teens from factors that can lead to poor mental health.
Couples that sleep in the same bed show increased REM sleep and "sleep synchronization."
A new study finds that happiness and health go hand in hand: happiness leads to longer lives and fewer sick days, the study found.
Can money buy happiness? Yes, somewhat. The "happiness plateau" formerly found at higher levels of income seems to have disappeared.
A new study shows that sharing dreams, and listening to other people’s dreams, can boost your empathy levels, and improve your relationship.
A recent study shows that despite more Americans going to college, their vocabulary skills have not increased since the 1970s.
A recent study has found that a bit of procrastination at work can actually enhance creativity.
Just a few sessions of CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) for a typical hypochondriac had a lasting effect, even 10 years later.
Most people don't realize that having too many friends is an obstacle to social networking, as people will assume you're less able to fulfill the obligations that friendship implies.
A new study shows that infants' EEG readings can explain up to 82% of the variance in their childhood IQ scores measured several years later.
A new study finds that being thankful, for example by saying hello to strangers, leads to enhanced feelings of happiness and well-being.
A study of eight countries found the most important factors are social relationships and happiness.
People who hoarded during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic tend to score high in the traits of extraversion and neuroticism.
A new meta-analysis of 19 previous studies has found that guided meditation for seniors is a promising avenue of treatment for depression in the elderly.
If you have a broken phone, research suggests there's a chance that you secretly (or maybe not so secretly) allowed it to happen.
Researchers in Spain and the U.S. have come up with a test that measures donkey intelligence, which may help to breed donkeys with the traits that humans consider most useful.
The study linked afternoon naps to more happiness, more grit and self-control, higher verbal IQs, and better academic achievement.