Seahorses growl when grouchy, with researchers now wondering what additional sounds these and other tiny marine life make. Continue reading â†’
Is something sneaking up on you? It doesn't even have to be sneaking, for us to be afraid of it. Turns out humans have closeness issues. Tara reports.
Facial expressions play a big role in reinforcing threats, reports a new study. Continue reading â†’
Michelangelo's Moses has stony eyes, but they can arouse strong emotions in those looking at them.
We all love music, right? Is it possible for someone to listen to music and have no emotional response? Anthony reports on how close to 5 percent of the population simply do not like listening to music.
Emotion and facial recognition tech help retailers, but raise privacy fears.
It's a whole new approach to ridding yourself of bad memories, and it might be in your medicine cabinet right now! SourceFed's Trisha Hershberger sits down with Anthony to talk about a pill that might enable you to leave some of the past behind.
Creepy, crawly creatures draw our attention, but fear of these critters is a learned emotion.