Does Domestic Violence Really Increase on Super Bowl Sunday?
January 30, 2015
In the 1990s, reporters began circulating a disturbing "statistic."
Rupert Murdoch is still the worst, though.
Study: Poor Boys Are More Likely to Fight, Lie, and Steal If They Live in Mixed-Income Housing
January 22, 2015
But not girls.
How Obama Can Keep His Audience Awake Tonight: Go Negative
January 20, 2015
Dutch researchers reveal the key to gripping political speeches.
92 percent of students in the U.S., Japan, Germany, and Slovakia believe they concentrate better on text in print than on screen.
Only 64 people used it, but they were more diverse than the rest of the applicant pool.
There Is No 'Charlie Hebdo' In America
January 08, 2015
It's not 'Jon Stewart.'
Polling Is Overrated. To Predict an Election, Choose the Politician Who Gets the Most Laughs.
January 06, 2015
In five swing states, the candidate who elicited a higher number of positive responses per minute carried the state.
What It Says About You If You Enjoy Horror Movies
January 04, 2015
Men are most likely to enjoy a scary film if accompanied by a distressed woman.
How 2014 Became the Year of Mindfulness
December 31, 2014
How a Buddhist concept moved into the mainstream.