While more commonly associated with promoting aggressive behaviors, testosterone can also promote social affection and prosocial behaviors in males, a new study on gerbils finds.
Adults with happy childhood memories report better physical health and lower instances of depression than those with less positive early memories, a new study reports.
A new study reveals why we have a lateral preference when it comes to displaying social emotions. Researchers say that while handedness plays a part in why we prefer to hug or kiss on one side, emotional content also plays a role.
A new study reports being shown images of others being cared for and loved reduces the brain's response to threat.