In a letter to his 11-year-old son, Einstein explained ‘the way to learn the most.’
Friends and students described the now-dead Ohio State student as bright, humble, and nice. So what went wrong?
Gay men and other men who have sex with men are the only risk group in the U.S. to be experiencing an increase in HIV infections.
Getting through the 30s and early 40s is key.
Women prisoners were three times as likely to be sexually victimized by women inmates than were men inmates by other male inmates.
What if Hitler was neither Christian nor an atheist but still religious in his worldview?
Christiane Amanpour recently gave a speech condemning 'fake news' in our 'post-truth' culture. But did she fudge her own facts?
The win was described as "absolutely huge".
The tendency to surround ourselves with people who share our moral purity concerns is contributing to social and political polarization.
Tinder is lust. Netflix is sloth ... and it all adds up to idolatry.
It’s clear that meaningful connection to other people is as essential to health as the air we breathe.
For men, it offers the normal experience of pursuing women but requires no effort or courage.
Shedding more light on Tuesday's biggest surprise.
The more we live life in the force field of our expectations, the more disappointment, frustration, anxiety, and anger we experience.
Premiums are soaring, but it's not just enrollees who are feeling the pain.
Narcissists are fully capable of pretending to be caring and compassionate, but they genuinely do not care about anyone more than themselves.
Can anyone be certain their grievances are on solid ground?
Lying is not a matter of physical law, but of moral injunction.
Fear is fashionable. Terror is trendy. Monsters are mainstream. Why?
Bigfoot is a type of pseudo-scientific myth understood in the language of memory.
A recent study shows how the human brain adapts to dishonesty.
A pair of astronomers seem to think so.
Don't do these things.
Fear of government topped the list. Can you guess what didn’t make the cut?
Sometimes it's difficult to get out of your own head.
New research suggests it can thicken parts of your gray matter in some key areas.
Does a peer-reviewed paper on breast flashing during a hockey tournament for lesbians count as laudable scholarship?
John Gottman, a psychologist and relationship counselor, said these six things actually often are signs of a healthy relationship.