New research finds no relationship between ethical behavior and belief—or disbelief—in free will.
A new study shows how teaching people about neuroscience can make them softer on crime.
Previous neuroscience research has suggested yes, but a new study finds an unexpected window for it in the static of your brain.
Philosophers' views on freedom and moral responsibility are influenced by inherited personality traits. If they can’t be objective, can anyone?
Students who were taught that free will is an illusion were more likely to cheat on tests, according to new research.