Psychologists from the University of Sheffield will explore the truth behind behaviour costing the UK £7.6 billion, at the new Institute of Inertia launched today (Wednesday 23 September 2015).
No historical record may capture the nation's changing political consciousness better than the president's State of the Union address, delivered each year except one since 1790.
The devoted followers of comic book heroes are diversifying beyond the likes of Sheldon, Leonard, Raj and Howard as depicted on the CBS Network's "The Big Bang Theory." Rebecca Borah, a pop culture researcher and associate ...
By the time they are teenagers, more than two-thirds of young people are not doing enough physical activity. Teenagers spend an average of eight hours every day sitting, with 11 to 15-year-olds watching nearly three hours ...
With every click, Facebook, Twitter and other social media users leave behind digital traces of themselves, information that can be used by businesses, government agencies and other groups that rely on "big data."
It should go without saying that science should dictate how we respond to science denial. So what does scientific research tell us?
Romantic opportunities appear to influence women's sexual identities—but not men's, suggests a new study that will be presented at the 110th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA).
Both men and women are more likely to cheat on their spouses the more economically dependent they are on them, according to a new study.