New research reveals that smelly individuals receive more compassion and cooperation because others feel sorry for them.
Antidepressants may not help treat patients with bipolar disorder, according to a new study.
People with greater life satisfaction are more likely to live "less meaningful" lives, a new study suggests.
Reminiscing better times may boost brain functioning in the needy.
New research may reveal more reasons why younger siblings get "babied". Previous studies show that firstborn children suddenly appear taller when their younger siblings are born. However, a new study found that until the birth of the new child, the youngest child in the family are subject to a "baby illusion" because they are routinely misperceived by their mothers as being smaller and younger than they really are.
Fear smells. Because terror triggers a heightened sense of smell, the same emotion can return whenever our noses detect aromas associated with scary memories.
Most people are honest, a new study suggests.
What doesn't kill you makes you happier, new research suggests. Psychologists found that painful experiences help promote people's ability to enjoy positive ones.
People who are always take pictures to capture the moment may be losing more than they gain because of the "photo-taking impairment effect," according to a new study.
People with good navigational skills may have different brains, according to a new study.
Many things can put people in bad moods. However, new research reveals that repeated exposure to a negative event can diminish its effect on mood.
Posttraumatic stress disorder may make women more prone to obesity, a new study suggests.
The sex of speakers may affect the way we process what they're saying, according to a new study.
Men are more easily aroused in the winter, according to a new study.
Love will literally keep you warm this winter.