A Senate inquiry has found Australian students need specific instruction in how to behave.
Parents may be familiar with this scenario: a child is well behaved at school and polite to their teachers but has a meltdown at home in the afternoon.
Most Ghanaian footballers have poor levels of financial literacy and financial behaviour.
Suicide in Ghana is regarded as taboo for most families.
Grumbling children and teenagers can be so annoying. But it is important to try and decode their complaints.
The microbiome and its signature smells are crucial for most organisms, whether human, insect or plant. The silent signals sent by the microbiome are essential communications that influence behaviour.
Gender plays a major role in how mourning is done by the Akan ethnic group of Ghana
Research found people were not confident about the government’s leadership in meeting net zero.
Do competitive, market-like interactions encourage immoral behaviour? A study of 18,000 people in 45 experiments shows there’s no simple answer.
The UK is next to last in Europe for heat pump sales – psychologists explain why take up is so low.
A clinical psychologist explains what has the potential to trigger our usually well-meaning laughter.
Mental health still carries significant stigma in Ghana.
Scientists use biologging devices to track animal behaviour – here are four times where it has improved our understanding of nature.
Setting goals is one thing. Achieving them another. We’ve distilled the research down to 12 goal-enabling tips.
Men could be doing more around the house. And it’s affecting relationships in ways no-one has explored, until now.
The government is rolling out smart meters across the UK, but at present they are providing households with little benefit.
A side-effect of pandemic response measures has been the impact on our mental health. But memory problems are a natural response to the environments created by the lockdowns.
Ghanaian authorities could elicit more cooperation from citizens in governing the cities by creating conditions that give the majority a chance at a decent life
Holding contrarian views - despite a lack of personal expertise - is just part of being human. Here’s the psychology behind what we choose to believe.
Many of us form destructive habits that prevent us forming long-lasting, healthy relationships. But it doesn’t have to be this way.