Lighten Up: Race, Gender, and Skin Color in Comic Books
Are white characters featured in more dynamic ways in comic books than non-white characters?
Science Explains Why You Saw the Dress as Blue or White
Newly published experiments suggest it's all about the assumptions our brains use to filter out extraneous material.
The Woman in Red Is Seen as a Threat by Other Women
New research confirms that the color red sends a signal of sexual availability.
Cheese Tastes Saltier Eaten Off a Knife (and How That Might Make You Healthier)
In asking questions like “does the dish affect the dish?” researchers are serving mouthfuls of tasty factoids—which may help us eat better and lose weight.