Track Your Progress to Feel Less Nuts at Work
"I thought the house was burning down."
Imagine your brain is a bus ... ?
It was inevitable.
Sweet, sweet nothing.
People who belonged to multiple groups tended to feel better about themselves.
We expect our partners to meet some of our deepest psychological needs. This can either be a very good, or a very bad, thing.
Snippets from interviews with individuals who have body dysmorphic disorder.
Oysters don’t help, but monkey porn might … and other findings from the forefront of desire research.
New research links inauthenticity to feelings of impurity and immorality.
We're one step closer to the first-ever FDA-approved medication designed to treat female sexual dysfunction.
The psychology behind speech imitation.
There are as many stories behind name changes as there are people who’ve changed them.
The strange case of a "clairvoyance addiction."
Not exactly helping the "scientists have no people skills" stereotype.
They're often not much more than an "administrative ritual."
It’s apparently pretty common for people to plagiarize personal stories.
Research suggests waiting till after 9 a.m.
More evidence that the world would be a happier place if it were around 65 degrees, forever and always.