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If everyone else thinks your Narcissistic mate is a good guy, when you know exactly how bad he can be when he is not on public display, this article may explain why.
Christians self-enhance according to a recent study.
Dogs recognize happy or sad faces and neuroimaging (fMRI) tells us how they do it and how similar it is to how humans do it. Negative emotions are more difficult to distinguish.
Are you making the best food choices for you and your family? Redesigned food nutrition labels reveal new and useful information to consumers.
So you think you know Dopamine? You might be surprised! Read on for the "Do's and Don'ts" about this incredible neurotransmitter.
Is your memory slipping? Check out these surprising helpful hints that can strengthen the memory center of your brain!
As illustrated by the Bill Cosby case, when it comes to spotting sexual predators, past behavior often predicts the future. Career perpetrators exploit aspiration and ambition
A conversation with my daughter reveals why I am passionate about the big picture work in knowledge my colleagues and I are doing.
A good smile communicates sincerity and makes other people want to be around you. Three new studies test the effects of smiling, and shows how to improve yours.
Can a college course truly teach happiness to young people? What we need to do to set teens up for happier lives.
According to ancient Mayan sources, cocoa had a divine origin and has been used to treat almost every ailment. What do we know of its medicinal properties today?
Odysseus is a great lover and brilliant man and leader, but he is not a partnering human being.
There's a simple reason that OCD isn't curable. But don't despair. Having OCD that's treated with exposure therapy just might make you "better than normal."
The politics of grievance may be sustaining the historically low but steady approval ratings for the sitting President.
How do we find a balance between staying informed and not feeling overwhelmed or debilitated by overexposure to troubling news stories?
Nuclear war, together with environmental degradation, represent a precipitous drive toward collective suicide and are thus forms of violence against ourselves.
Imagine never being on a diet, eating what you enjoy, and feeling good about your food choices.
Do you fear disappointment so much that you actually change your behavior just so that you won’t have to feel it? Research says you can change this instead.
Concerned about your memory? New UCLA research offers a surprising source of hope.
From our political leaders to top corporate boardrooms, it's time for leadership to truly embrace and comprehend the value of technology in society.