Some people wake up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Others reluctantly greet the day bleary-eyed and groggy.
A great poet once wrote: “If you like it, then you should have put a ring on it.”
What if rock, paper, scissors isn’t the fair, balanced, random and unpredictable choosing method you always assumed it was? Recent studies out of China suggest that there may actually be a subtle logic at play in the game—that you might be able to beat a seemingly unbeatable system. As part of the first large-scale study […]
For years, social psychologists have noticed that young men are much likelier to engage in risky behaviors when they have an audience of potential mates
Hell hath no fury like a female hurricane scorned—or so recent research suggests
There’s a mountain of anecdotal evidence supporting the idea that you’re more likely to be a grouch when you haven’t eaten enough. Take the proliferation of the term “hangry” (hungry + angry) or the Snickers ad campaign that sees the snack-deprived morph into famous curmudgeons like Don Rickles. Of course, science can’t rely on conventional […]
Improve your creativity with a short hike
According to Yelp, good eating is mostly about sex and drugs
Tetris can help you control your cravings
Milk’s not the only thing that’s good for your bones. So is marriage.
Turning up the lights can change your attitude, but not always the way you think
If you Think employees do their best work when the boss is around, Think again
Washing up after a failure can make you more optimistic about trying again
Root for the Super bowl champions and you might avoid the dreaded guacamole gut
Hot rods and hot sauce have more in common than you might think
Want to change the way your food tastes? try using a different utensil.
Silence isn’t so golden if you want to encourage creativity
Couples who meet online stay hooked for longer
Urban green spaces can keep you from feeling blue
Actions of finality—such as closing a menu—may make you happier with your choices