Leaders can be made in 15 weeks, according to a new study.
Coolness increases a person's chance of winning online poker games, according to a new study.
Psychologist found that many people activity search social networking sites to find friends who are doing even worse than they are when they're feeling bad.
Feeling beautiful can help boost women's ability to cope with personal disappointments, according to a new study.
Guardian angels really do protect people who believe in them, according to science.
Empathy is universal across different species, new research suggests. After comparing the "yawn contagion" effect between humans and bonobos, researchers found that having a relationship carries significantly greater weight in stirring empathy than belonging to the same species.
Cutthroat personalities do not help people get ahead. In fact, being honest and nice actually boosts an individual's chances of becoming successful.
A dose of testosterone increases the brain's response to threat in healthy men, according to a new study.
Narcissists can be identified with one simple question, according to new research.
Measuring facial features could accurately predict first impressions, according to a new study.
Wearing red gets women more dates and tips. However, new research reveals that women might be better off wearing the scarlet letter than red outfits in terms of making new friends.
Money can buy happiness, according to Americans.
Keep calm and avoid drama queens. New research suggests that anxiety may be just as contagious as colds.
A particular neuron, the cholinergic amacrine cell, creates a "personal space" in much the same way that people distance themselves from one another in an elevator, according to a new research.
Chimpanzees prefer African and India music to Western music, according to a new study.
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.