Researchers found more evidence that family conflict can cause boys to turn to illegal drugs.
A new study reported that BPA exposure changed sex-based behaviors in mice.
Being exposed to secondhand smoke may make children more physically aggressive and antisocial, according to a new study.
Kids with behavioral problems often show reduced neural responses when shown images of others in pain, putting them at greater risk for later adult psychopathy.
Researchers discovered that infants who sweat less in scary situations at age one tended to be more physically and verbally aggressive by age three.
A man's face shape may predict how well he'll do in sports, according to a new study on Japanese athletes.
Seeing happiness in ambiguous facial expressions can reduce aggressive behavior in healthy adults and young people at high-risk of criminal offending and delinquency, according to a new study.
Parents can encourage kids to be more pro-social by letting them watch educational content on television, says a new study. Researchers involved in the study found that just changing the content, and not duration, lowered aggression in children.
Previous research has found that looking at pictures of cute animals can increase productivity at work, but a new study reveals that adorable pictures may also bring out aggressive behavior.
A new study by the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research shows that the young are more disposed to take on the aggressive behaviors exemplified in political conflict.