Human Nature encompasses peoples' actions, perceptions, and thought processes. Topics include food cravings, mind-reading, and contagious yawning.
Even so, those numbers aren't quite as high as you might think.
And you probably don't even realize you're doing it.
And the U.S. isn't the only country where this gender gap is closing.
Researchers discover five different types of procrastinators, including "well-adjusted."
If you've ever met someone who obsessively kept track of every perceived wrong committed against them, then you've met one. The problem is when they turn violent.
If the personality of an ambivert seems familiar, it's probably because you are one — or know someone who is one. But if we're all ambiverts, is the term meaningless?
A new website will do the dirty work for you via Snapchat, text, letter or awkward phone call.
The threat of betrayal looms in all relationships. Wouldn't it be nice to know when it's coming?
Audio description is kind of like that friend who whispers key plot points to you during the movie when you miss them. It's pretty handy for blind film buffs.
Those vivid memories you have of traumatic moments? Fear may have made them less accurate than you think.
Science should be clean, simple, and just the facts, right? Unfortunately these traits of imperfect humans make perfect science tough to accomplish.
A study showed that self-professed experts claimed knowledge of concepts in their field that don't really exist.
But how they go about it may provide a lesson to sighted folks.
Sure, a scream grabs your attention, but do you know why? It has to do with "roughness," a particular quality you can hear in some sounds that fluctuate rapidly.
Forget about shifty eyes — your nose heats up when you're not telling the truth.
For some people, kissing is an incredibly romantic act, but is it really? Why is exchanging saliva so celebrated in some cultures, but so alien in others?
Researchers believe that personality reveals geographical preferences, with introverts and extroverts heading for different vacation destinations.
"Look on the bright side!" It's advice people have been doling out for ages, but could a positive outlook actually benefit your physical well-being?
Are you a human barometer? Do changes in the weather cause you physical pain? Read this and find out if you can really feel the weather right down to your bones.
Girls have better taste than boys — as in the sense, that is. Find out why women's ability to distinguish between sweet and sour trumps mens'.
It's no rinky-dink Mickey Mouse clock. The body clock is a strange and wonderful thing, calibrated to reflect a variety of biological rhythms that you may not have known are beating inside your body. And scientists are still not sure why it exists.
Could your ancestors be to blame for your overeating or excess spending? Unnecessary scapegoating is a lousy thing to do, but could there be some weight to this suggestion?
We often focus on our bad habits, but there's actually a system of interlocking beneficial and detrimental ones that make up our everyday routines.
There are many commonly held beliefs about fat that aren't entirely accurate. For example, muscle simply can't turn into fat.
Ugh, the morning after the night before! Should you drink some coffee, lots of water or more liquor? Or have some bacon and eggs? There are lots of "remedies" out there for hangovers, most of which are useless.
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