In the earliest years of psychology, what did medical experts really know about criminal behavior and thinking?
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Was Princess Diana's death an accident? People who feel strongly that it wasn't may be skeptical about vaccines, too.
Personality — it's what makes you, you. But what traits make up a person's personality? Can personality be changed? To keep up with research on personality, check here for the latest news.
In the late 1990s, theoretical physicists uncovered a remarkable connection between two seemingly unrelated concepts in theoretical physics.
Chalk one up for the physicists, as 2018’s "Australian of the Year" title goes to a quantum physicist who created the world’s first transistor made from a single atom.
Most anthropologists believe that witch labeling has evolved to get people to conform. But new research suggests an alternative explanation.
Today's college students have more perfectionistic traits than those of decades past, a new study suggests.
The desire to reflect and start anew each year is an old one, stretching back to civic and spiritual oaths made in Babylonian and Roman times. Today, New Year's resolutions tend to be secular.
The "vast majority" of people commenting, sharing and liking anti-vaccination information on Facebook are women, a new study finds.
From drinking clear drinks to taking ancient herbal remedies, there are several ways to avoid a hangover after New Year's revelry.
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