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Scary headlines can cause the public to be needlessly fearful. Understanding risk and statistics can help. →
Humans are pretty unreliable lie detectors, so researchers have developed software to sort fact from fiction for us.
From real life to movies and TV, we often hear the terms sociopath and psychopath tossed around as though they mean the same thing. While the two share some personality traits, they differ in key ways.
Some people we all know just devour their meals in nanoseconds. While you're still letting your food cool ... whoosh -- they're already wondering about dessert! It turns out fast eaters are missing out on the full taste of their meals.
Psychologists have been trying for 40 years to divine the minds of those who commit brutal acts of terrorism. Do all terrorists have a particular personality disorder? DNews looks at the research.
What separates the run-of-the-mill impulse buyer from the compulsive shopper?
Every child is a special snowflake. Or so their parents usually tell them. But how much praise it TOO much? How can parents raise children who don't become either entitled brats or despondent low-self-esteemers?
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