Males are much more likely to be granted last-name-only status, which implies eminence in their field.
Only if yours is truly unfortunate.
Researchers find giving a storm a feminine name inadvertently conveys the impression that it isn't all that dangerous. The result is inadequate preparation—and a higher death toll.
A first-of-its-kind study finds we associate middle initials with intellectual heft.
New research finds Germans with noble-sounding names are more likely to be managers.
Where a name appears in the alphabet may help explain how someone responds to waiting.
Giving a name to a difficult concept or nuanced research may make it easier to recall but a new study suggests it may also devalue the results.