A new study finds that in the long term, extreme optimists have a lower sense of well-being than "cautiously optimistic" realists.
The Big Five personality traits are openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Learn more about them here.
A new study shows that our brain can identify people who are high in agreeableness (collaborative, generous, altruistic, and caring).
The ability to predict the sound of a violin can be a game changer for violin making, even improving on grand masters like Stradivarius.
A new study finds that high school popularity is linked to age, with the older students in a class significantly more likely to be popular.
FoMO, or Fear of Missing Out, isn’t just a social media thing. In fact, it has more to do with loneliness and anxiety, new research shows.
A new study on coffee and DNA finds that our genes regulate the amount of coffee we drink, and protect us from consuming too much.
A new study finds that this popular Yale science of well being course can and does enhance people's sense of well being, for free.
Being thankful pays off: just saying hello to the bus driver makes people happier
Anthropophobia: everything you need to know about the “fear of people”
New study finds 20% of people have a genetic variant that provides resilience to the cold
Child prodigy Laurent Simons gets bachelor’s degree in physics at age 11: “Immortality is my goal”