Secrets are not something you should keep locked away. Do that, and they'll eat you from the inside out! That's according to scientists studying a secret's psychological impact on the secret-keeper. Laci Green details their findings.
Reports are coming in from all over the globe that people are having less sex than ever. First in Japan, and now in Great Britain as well. Anthony and Laci join up to explain what's going on and why fewer and fewer people are gettin' it on.
Spanking misbehaving kids is a topic debated by parents everywhere. And now, with the release of a new study, there appears to be solid, scientific evidence against the practice. Anthony explains what the researchers behind the study uncovered.
Today, we've got more than just TV to watch. Our phones, tablets, and computers all supply a seemingly endless amount of content, and the amount we're consuming is downright shocking. Laci Green explains how this is both a bad and a good thing.
It's called schadenfreude, and it's that feeling of pleasure at another person's misfortune. Sounds kind of sadistic, but there's actually some pretty solid science behind this unbecoming behavior. Trace explains.
As any high school student knows, girls can be really mean, almost animalistic in their viciousness. When researchers went in search of what's behind this behavior, they turned to the animal kingdom for answers.
Forget passing notes: These days students are busy texting and tweeting during class. Laci Green looks at whether all this mobile tech in the classroom is really a good or bad thing.
When it comes to empathy, we've got more for people we don't like than for people we do. Sound crazy? Well, as Anthony tells us, researchers have the science to back it up.
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