A new study, based on huge sets of data, has persuaded one of the staunchest critics of personality tests that maybe distinct types exist after all.
- by Ben Guarino
Not even a training schedule will help, researchers have found. There remains a big gap between a stated intent to exercise and actually showing up to the gym.
- by Christopher Ingraham
'The dangerous thing about lying is people don't understand how the act changes us.'
- by William Wan and Sarah Kaplan
It might sound like a romantic cliche, but if you've ever fallen for your therapist the truth is you're not alone.
- by Kylie Orr
What’s going on in the brain when we experience pleasure?
- by James Kesby
Some people seem to have outsize difficulty with reading neutral faces as neutral.
- by Heather Murphy