A new study reports college students who play certain video games often object to the unrealistic depictions of the characters, drawn with exaggerated and highly sexualized physiques.
A new study reports that young girls who are forced to take on burdensome care-giving roles become less sensitive to their own children's needs than kids who are allowed to just be kids.
A new study reports washing dishes can help to reduce stress.
Contrary to previous studies, researchers report they have found no evidence of a link between conspiracist thinking and perceptions of order or intent.
A new study reports on how different types of video games improve cognitive functions.
A new study provides evidence for how the frontal cortex exerts control over thought and action.
A new study reports personal experience is key to our opinions of attractiveness.
A new study provides insights into why some people with schizophrenia misinterpret social cues from other people, which often leads to them feeling paranoid and persecuted.
A new study reports the quality of sibling relationship during adolescence has an impact on mental health and risk taking behaviors during adulthood.
According to researchers, suppressing the activity of a specific serotonin receptor can help reduce autism relevant behaviors in mouse models.
A new study reports that it's not just adults who resort to habits when under stress, infants do too. Additionally, less cognitive flexibility children have due to stress could impact their acquisition of knowledge.
Researchers explain how a molecular amplification system helps a new class of antidepressants alter brain signaling in specific neurons and how this produces the antidepressant effect.