Why do children love animals more than adults do? A new study finds that children lack the "speciesism" bias of adults, and value animal life much more than adults do.
A new study finds that children with more self control turn out to be healthier, happier, and more financially sound at age 45.
Dog diabetes: a new study finds owners of a diabetic dog are 38% more likely to have diabetes themselves. This was not the case with cats.
Do first impressions matter? A new German-Canadian study says no, not really; it found no evidence for the so-called “primacy effect."
A new study finds that cats and dogs living together can get along without much conflict, despite their (very) different temperaments.
A new study finds that only 85% of men report having a best friend, versus 98% of women.
Do couples look alike more and more as time passes? A new study debunks this popular idea, and says no, not really.
Best pets for loneliness: a new study finds no statistical difference by animal species
A new study suggests some kids watch TV more than others because their inborn preference for novelty makes them seek more varied stimulation.
A new study on the benefits of pets for teens finds that teens with pets spend less time alone, and feel a greater sense of community.
Loneliness among the elderly more than doubled during the first months of the pandemic, but technology can help.
Toddlers and touchscreens as learning tool to find things faster
The outgoing introvert: a new study finds that pretending to be an extrovert makes the people around you feel happier and more relaxed.