New research links anger with economic conservatism.
A Chinese study finds people who pay more attention to what's bad about the world also get in more accidents.
A new study confirms anecdotal evidence that men's anger is respected, while women's can be seen as counterproductive.
A new study finds that nearly nine percent of Americans have a history of anger problems and access to guns.
A perfect combination of fear and overconfidence produces dangerous escalations of tiny incidents. The best course of action is to allow the guy flipping you the bird to drive right past.
And what we might be able to do to calm it down.
A new study of thousands out of Harvard Medical School can't prove that angry outbursts lead to heart attacks, but it does link the two.
New research suggests fake displays of pique are a very bad negotiating strategy.
Angry citizens, new research confirms, are motivated citizens. But they are not motivated to seek out new information. But anxious citizens do.
German researchers, analyzing the content of text messages sent on 9/11/01, report that while sadness and anxiety levels remained stable through the day, anger steadily increased.
Want to get those creative juices flowing? Try having someone scowl at you.
New research links diabetic symptoms with a reduced likelihood of forgiving others.
A sense of entitlement, whether through beauty or brawn, goes hand in clenched fist with anger, a provocative new study suggests.