Does affectionate touch in romantic relationships affect everyone the same way? A new study suggests it does! @megan_simeone #relationships #attachmenttheory
How hard is it for evolution to produce intelligent life like humans? We don't really know, but some computational modelers tried to answer the question.
The latest in totally unsurprising results: a study has found that a more competent boss can improve workers' job satisfaction and well-being! #boss #success #employees #productivity
Sweetening the deal for potential winners seems to strengthen the effects of testosterone in competitions.
A double-blind study has shown that psilocybin does not immediately enhance divergent or convergent creativity, but it does enhance insightfulness.
Professor Contractor Noshir knows how to help you get along better with your coworkers. He studies the interpersonal dynamics of crews in extreme environments, like a 3 year mission to Mars!
Whether it’s cartoons, advertisement strategies, rappers, or even podcasts, in the last few years Americans have been speaking out and stepping up to combat perceived unethical and immoral behavior. There is a growing polarization developing between those for and against this new cultural shift. But why?
Loneliness ages you faster. But hormones can help! A recent study shows that oxytocin prevents cellular aging in lonely prairie voles.
Does giving a placebo require lying to a patient? This study concludes...no! Placebos still work even when the patient knows, at least for emotional distress.
A new study finds that higher cortisol levels before, but not during, a speed-dating event makes men more popular with women. It depends on timing.