Mental Illness Doesn't Negate Political Motive
June 21, 2015

Dylann Roof and the intersection of psychology and extremist ideology.

Don't Worry, Julianne Moore's Marriage Is Safe. The Oscar Curse Is a Myth.
February 20, 2015

Women are actually less likely to get divorced after winning an Oscar.

Will 'American Sniper''s Success Taint His Killer's Trial?
February 12, 2015

Negative pre-trial publicity translates into much harsher sentences.

Falling in Love Is Easy. Here's What to Do When You Need to Fall Out of It.
February 12, 2015

Plus: to increase your pick-up rate, approach the opposite sex on a dangerous bridge.

A Memory Expert Explains Brian Williams's 'False' Memory
February 05, 2015

"As a memory researcher, I find it credible that Brian Williams had a genuine memory error."

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.

Is the West Teaching the Developing World to Stigmatize Fat People?
December 12, 2014

“I would kill myself if I was fat,” said a 20-year-old Korean woman.

Can't Get a Word In? You Might Be Talking to a Psychopath
December 09, 2014

Two strangers are locked in a room. Which ones decides what they talk about?

How Much Can You Really Change After You Turn 30?
November 26, 2014

Research suggests that though we change a lot in adolescence and our early twenties. This slows down once we enter adulthood.