There was a time in the 1970s when the world of building design was taking psychological research findings seriously. It's high time it started paying attention again.
The money might be a little better, but the lewd comments and unwanted advances may have a negative impact on the mental health of waitresses.
Books to watch the time by.
Our new research shows the culture of sexualisation not only affects how young girls see themselves, but also how they are treated and viewed by adults.
Psychologists have advanced a new theory linking neurotic unhappiness and creativity, arguing that natural worriers may have highly active imaginations and be more creative problem-solvers.
Researchers from around the globe tried to replicate 100 published psychology studies. They were successful on only 36.
Anorexia and bulimia only account for around half of eating disorders yet too often they're the only ones we take seriously.
Parents and politicians once feared heavy metal music would inspire devil worship, reckless sex and rampant drug use. A new study investigates what became of young metal fans.
Take one mental health issue, then add the label of a disorder, then see if therapists apply their own prejudices.
Do you like your coffee to have artistic flair? Recent research shows we're likely to pay more for a coffee with latte art than a mere 'flat' white.
Recent media coverage of trophy hunting - following the death of the lion Cecil – raises questions about why some people seem to enjoy killing animals for fun.
When it comes to their targets and tactics, inmates follow a predictable pattern.
We have evolved a tendency to find people with wider faces to be more threatening. But appearances can be deceving.
The latest Disney shows just how far psychology has come since the moralisers of the 19th century.
Psychopaths and sociopaths have similar characteristics, lacking remorse or empathy for others. And they can both be violent, deceitful and manipulative. But what are the differences between the two?
What does it take to devote your life to a work goal with such a long time horizon you might never reach it in your lifetime?
It turns out that people who've experienced rude behavior from others are "infected" with rudeness and will be rude to the people they interact with next.
By better supporting at-risk families we can prevent the 'transmission' of mental illness from parents to children.
Polls show Americans have become less trusting and more suspicious.
Introverts have been coming out of the woodwork and staging a quiet revolution, but it's not quite what it seems.