Just as too much faith in memory can result in a miscarriage of justice, so too could too much scepticism.
Conspiracy theories help sports fans make sense of unexpected events – like when a whole rugby team becomes sick before a world cup final, or the retirement of Michael Jordan from basketball.
Be careful how you choose your partner. It may affect your health.
As new rules come into force to stop damaging gender stereotypes in advertising, a psychologist assess what impact they will have.
The people who get the most out of self-tracking tend to be 'systematic thinkers' who search for meaning in patterns.
Study suggests certain psychological characteristics get you to the frontbench. But they might not make you many friends along the way.
Diving deeper into our relationship with the environment.
Parents want their children to be kind to animals, but a hug looks very different to a frightened dog.
Attributes of autism can have a hugely positive role in society.
Is everything about who we are contained within our brains?
Clingy behaviour can be narcissistic, too.
Just 5% of US adults say using social media is good for their mental health. A psychologist offers some tips to help the other 95%.
To solve our global problems we must learn to think beyond our tribes.
A growing body of research points to the importance of one personality trait – intellectual humility – and how it influences our learning, relationships and worldview.
What movitaves these wealthy young people from doing this atrocity?
According to a new study, those who have a tendency to sabotage their relationships may find solace in the fictional worlds of TV and movies.
The popular daytime television show has been axed. Here's how programme makers can ensure proper aftercare fro reality show participants.
The mating habits of these tiny, colorful fish may be revealing something broader about the animal kingdom, and perhaps even our own desires.
The death of a close friend is a much overlooked bereavement.
Virtual reality can allow teachers and students to explore coral reefs or the inside of cells without leaving the classroom.