Would a color by any other name be thought of in the same way, regardless of the language used to describe it?
Using a new technique to analyze 52 years of international conflict, researchers suggest that there may be no such thing as a "democratic peace."
One of the ongoing themes of the current presidential campaign is that Americans are becoming increasingly distrustful of those who walk the corridors of power – Exhibit A being the Republican presidential primary, in which ...
People who post Facebook status updates about their romantic partner are more likely to have low self-esteem, while those who brag about diets, exercise, and accomplishments are typically narcissists, according to new research.
For more than a century, scientists have debated why people in different parts of the world eat different foods, follow different social norms and believe in different origin stories.
The type of governance of a nation can predict its citizens' access to the Internet and the value of that country's connections to other nations around the world, a new study has found. Liberal democracies dominated the global ...
For generations, passionate kisses immortalized in movies, songs and the arts have served as a thermometer of romantic affection.
"Good" drivers turn bad when faced with poor driver etiquette, according to QUT research which has found many motorists are creating the problem they hate by responding aggressively to rudeness on the roads.
Adding math talk to story time at home is a winning equation for children's math achievement, according to new research from the University of Chicago.