A new compelling research links chronic stress with the likelihood of triggering a clinical onset of mild forms of dementia which could disastrously evolve into Alzheimer’s disease.
People use facial feature cues to judge men's height, weight and masculinity, a new study reported.
Even though seniors still had mental flexibility, they could not effectively filter out irrelevant information, a new study reported.
A new study found that when women stopped taking their birth control pills, their attraction toward their husbands changed.
Politics can influence our perceptions of beauty. New research reveals that we find our candidate to be more attractive those from other political affiliations.
Comedic tastes change as people age, according to researchers.
Procrastination happens because of our perception of time. Researchers from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business found that we're more likely to start a task when we view it as part of the present. However, we're also less likely to start tasks when we associate them with being part of the future.
Measuring facial features could accurately predict first impressions, according to a new study.
A new federal survey found that many overweight and obese children do not realize that they are heavy.
A new study found that boys as young as five already associate muscular bodies with power and strength.
Humans pay more attention to the upper half of their field of vision, according to a new study.
A new study found that people tended to believe that harder foods contain fewer calories.
Playing with Barbie dolls could limit career dreams in young girls, according to a new study,
The "love hormone" doesn't always produce loving behavior. New research reveals that oxytocin, also known as the "cuddle hormone" affects men and women differently.
Faces of trustworthy people "look" more similar to our own, a new study suggests.