In most cases, your profile photo on Facebook tells viewers what they need to know to form an impression of you no words are necessary, new research suggests.
Just a few minutes of listening to mainstream rock music was enough to influence white college students to favor a student group catering mostly to whites over groups serving other ethnic and racial groups, a new study found.
(PhysOrg.com) -- When low-income cohabiting couples with children decide to no longer live together, that doesnt necessarily mean the end of their romantic relationship.
When mature male white-crowned sparrows duel to win a mate or a nesting territory, a young bird just doesn't get much respect.
Despite the fears of some scholars and pundits, most political partisans don't avoid news and opinion sources that contradict their own beliefs, according to a new study.
A new study comparing the carbon-holding power of freshwater wetlands has produced measurements suggesting that wetlands in temperate regions are more valuable as carbon sinks than current policies imply, according to researchers.
For students to accept the theory of evolution, an intuitive "gut feeling" may be just as important as understanding the facts, according to a new study.
A new approach to motion capture technology is offering fresh insights into tennis injuries and orthopedic injuries in general.
Researchers are beginning their analysis of what are probably the first successful ice cores drilled to bedrock from a glacier in the eastern European Alps.
(PhysOrg.com) -- An unusually hot melting season in 2010 accelerated ice loss in southern Greenland by 100 billion tons and large portions of the island's bedrock rose an additional quarter of an inch in response.