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.
New research show that simply seeing beauty and experiencing awe can totally change the way you see the world. Guest host Annie Gaus explains why.
Whatever we do in life, we're bound to be bored at some point, but what kind of bored are we? That's right: There are multiple types of boredom. Laci explains what they are and why boredom has suddenly become less, well, boring.
During troubling times, many people become angry at God. But surprisingly, it's not just the religious who are angry at the man upstairs. Laci explains the science behind this behavior.
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.
By now you've probably seen the video of the baby being brought to tears by the beauty of his mother's singing voice. But are young babies really that emotionally mature? Anthony tells us at what point children develop such sophisticated emotions.
According to new research, we have a tendency to be more ethical earlier in the day, and less so later. Turns out it all comes down to blood flow. Trace explains how these two seemingly unrelated things are so intricately linked.
Some very interesting things happen when you fall in love, or even lust. The sweaty palms, the queasy stomach. Anthony explains what's going on physiologically to make these pesky reactions happen.
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