Results showed that people who consumed a greater amount of partisan media content were more polarized – even if they viewed partisan content from both sides.
Psilocybin, the bioactive component in the Mexican magic mushroom, influences the amygdala, thereby weakening the processing of negative stimuli.
A University of Illinois study says chances for married bliss are highest when husband and wife both believe in divvying up the household labor equally. But that happiness won't last long if one partner is perceived as not carrying their fair share of the load.
Psychologist says phenomenon is disconcerting but largely harmless
Forget the "me" generation. A new analysis of long-term trends in egotism shows there's been a "me" century in America."We found that self-interest tends to peak after economic booms," said William Chopik,
Chimpanzees have almost the same personality traits as humans, and they are structured almost identically, according to new work led by researchers at Georgia State University.
As a species, humanity is still not ready for trying to actively contact a supposed extraterrestrial civilisation, since people lack knowledge and preparation, scientists say.
Common belief is that yawning helps to increase the oxygen supply. However, previous research has failed to show an association between yawning and blood oxygen levels. New research by a team of researchers led by Psychologist Andrew Gallup of SUNY College at Oneonta, USA now reveals that yawning cools the brain.