Even though we rarely touch the faces of people we meet, new research reveals that out sense of "touch" influences the way we perceive them.
Researchers at Stanford University found that early betrayal affects the brain differently than being deceived later on in a relationship.
Your partner's voice stands out so much that it is easier to hear and ignore, according to a new study.
New research reveals that men are more likely to commit adultery because they have stronger sexual impulses.
Dating violence in adolescence can lead to less education and lower earnings later in life, according to a new study.
Some people are born to hate and others are born to love, new research suggests.
Previous studies revealed that anxiety holds girls back from performing their best in math. However, newer research reveals that female math anxiety may just be a myth.
Shopping in heels could stop people from overspending, according to a new study.
Symptoms of nervousness may actually help people get what they want, a new study suggests.
Distance may help people recover from tragedies, according to a new study.
Using LSD and other psychedelics may actually lower a person's risk of developing mental health problems, a new study suggests.
Forget the pinks, beiges and corals. Scientists say that red really is the sexist color when it comes to lipstick.
New research reveals more evidence that scars of childhood bullying lasts long into adulthood.
Coaxing kids to share can be hard, but a new study reveals that giving children a choice to sacrifice their own toys in order to share with someone else makes them more likely to share in the future.
How much you're on Facebook predicts how happy you really are, a new study suggests.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.