All That 'Call of Duty' Has Not Made You a More Violent Person
But all that solo Call of Duty has.
Do Clocks Make Women More Anxious to Have Children?
Yes, but apparently only women who grew up poor.
Happier Wives Spend Time Synced in Sleep With Husbands
Coordinated snooze time is the signal of a stable marriage, a new study suggests.
Ignoring Your Co-Workers Is Worse Than Bullying Them
A new study finds that a harassed worker is better off than a neglected one.
Want to Remember Your Notes? Write Them, Don't Type Them
Dust off your pens and notebooks. A new study finds laptops make note-taking so easy it's actually ineffective.
You Feel Closer to Your Destination Even When You're Not
Simply moving toward or away from something alters the way you think about it, according to a new study.
Does Expensive Parking Really Discourage City Driving?
A pioneer large-scale study suggests the common strategy to get people riding public transportation does, in fact, work.
Will Digital Beehives Save Us From Colony Collapse Disorder?
New software allows researchers to model life inside a bee colony more efficiently, which could help prevent economic catastrophe.