Highly neurotic individuals can be capable of major creative breakthroughs, as well as debilitating emotional breakdowns.
Sighted people can learn from the blind when it comes to thinking about race, new research indicates. Continue reading →
Rapid eye movement during sleep triggers the parts of our brain involved in processing visual images while we are awake.
Voters nearly always prefer politicians with deep voices, a new study finds. Continue reading →
A ghost photo from the U.K. is going viral this week but in this case psychology—not the paranormal—provides the best explanation.
Car alarms, wailing babies and other screams share traits that lead us to pay attention and often trigger fear. Continue reading →
A new study claims that self-identified vampires are reluctant to tell others about their lifestyle for fear of being ostracized. Continue reading →
Even subtle changes in facial muscles can alter a persons perception of our trustworthiness.
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