Most people can tell if you're angry based on the way you're acting. Professor Jeffrey Jenkins can tell if you're angry by the way you move a computer mouse.
Sharing your happiness with your Twitter followers right now? Odds are, they're going to pay it forward, a new study shows.
Guilt can be a powerful tool for motivating self-improvement, according to a new study from UBC's Sauder School of Business. Researchers found that when people feel they're "coming up short" in any area of their lives, they ...
Bragging to coworkers about a recent promotion, or posting a photo of your brand new car on Facebook, may seem like harmless ways to share good news.
The marketing industry has revolutionized the way people create publicity. Through the emotions, it defines which images, colors and objects best generate product identity and achieve great sales.
A sad TV drama comes to conclusion, fading to black as music swells, and leaving the audience emotionally torn about the future of the main characters. Suddenly, the TV cuts to a peppy commercial and viewers are faced with ...
New research from researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) looking at how goats express subtle positive emotions could lead to greater understanding of animal welfare. While there has been a great deal of research ...
Dogs generally seem to be cheerful, happy-go-lucky characters, so you might expect that most would have an optimistic outlook on life.
Common stereotypes would have us believe that men are more competitive and women more cooperative.
University of Adelaide researchers are investigating the links between wine, where it's consumed and emotion to help the Australian wine industry gain deeper consumer insights into their products.