Researchers find men use anger as manipulation tool with other men
Game theory used to explain evolution of 'third party punishment'
You're shopping for holiday gifts when you spot someone pocketing a nice pair of leather gloves. What do you do?
Researcher finds that poverty's 'cognitive cost' translates to as many as ten IQ points
For people struggling to live paycheck-to-paycheck, daily life can sometimes seem like a gauntlet of impossible-to-answer questions – Can I afford to put food on the table? Will I make rent this month? What will happen ...
Economists find in large groups, money facilitates cooperation
Simulations show early farming might have caught on due to development of property rights
Study on choice blindness finds voters more malleable than thought (w/ video)
Study shows cultural flow may be slower than genetic divergence
Expert psychologist suggests the era of genius scientists is over
Language structure arises from balance of clear and effective communication
When learning a new language, we automatically organize words into sentences that will be both clearly understood and efficient (quick) to communicate. That's the finding of a new study reported today in the Proceedings of ...