People Who Work Long Hours Drink a Lot
Seeing someone who looks like they're probably pretty cold makes your own body temperature drop.
And the “jokes” infants make can tell scientists a lot about their cognitive abilities.
We think of our future selves the same way we think of strangers, and it results in some bad long-term decision-making.
Weird research on the consequences of being in charge.
There's only so long a person can pretend to be interested in counting to 10,000 steps.
The unexpected helpfulness of dwelling on heartbreak in a lab.
And for extra happy: Marry your best pal.
And it helped, for a while.
Forgiveness seems to have physical benefits.
It's thanks to genetic good fortune.
Be the skeptical jerk when you need to be.
He said it was like being "trapped in a time loop."
A few possible physiological explanations.
Parents, just keep talk, talk, talking away, about anything and everything.
In a way, it's about knowing your strengths.
A reminder that it doesn't take 21 days to form a habit.
The power of encouragement.
Because it's the time of year to think about such things.