A new study finds less drinking and fewer relationships are the main reasons why young people are having sex less than they did a decade ago.
It’s not your phone, it’s you: study finds users initiate 89% of their smartphone interactions, with only 11% initiated by a notification.
A study of low-numbered Delaware license plates finds that their mere scarcity has turned them into a valuable form of status signalling.
A new study found no evidence for the so-called “primacy effect,” suggesting that first impressions don’t really matter so much after all.
A new study finds that politicians on Instagram get the most engagement when their photos depict them in a personal setting.