The outgoing introvert: a new study finds that pretending to be an extrovert makes the people around you feel happier and more relaxed.
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.
Are donkeys smart? Donkey intelligence is a real thing, and measuring it better might save them from extinction.
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.