You don't read Shakespeare in a straight line, and other lessons from eye-tracking research
And will probably drive your friends nuts.
Leaving poverty is more complicated than you think.
The boys were thought of as thugs. Girls, on the other hand, were seen as helpless victims.
The strange scholarship on genetics and incest
Don't try this at home—try it at a bar instead.
A psychologist explains why a little bit of narcissism may be good for you.
Hosting the Olympics can be a drag—but if there’s one thing a host country can count on, it’s a boost in their medal count.
Love is not "all you need." Far from it.
Boycott Valentine's Day and end our nation's obsession with romantic love.
Experimental psychology can explain Chris Christie's hypocrisy.
Every year, the Super Bowl broadcast attracts over 100 million fans from around the country, picking up viewers across the race, gender, income and age lines that usually divide American audiences. The show that's on after it, though, has the potential to appeal to all humanity.