A new study reports people perceive black men as bigger and more of a threat than white men of similar size. Researchers believe the findings may help explain why black men are more likely to be shot by police.
Those who find it hard to cope with uncertainty over possible future threats could have an unusually large striatum, a new study reports.
According to researchers, dads with toddler daughters are more responsive to their child's needs than fathers with toddler sons.
New studies presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association reveal the positive impact practicing yoga has on reducing symptoms of depression and improving quality of life for those with the disorder.
According to researchers, social isolation and loneliness significantly increase the risk for premature death.
Researchers report happiness is linked to feeling desired emotions, even when those emotions may be negative.
A new study reveals longer breastfeeding is associated with increased maternal sensitivity well into childhood.
A new study reveals people who strongly believe in conspiracy theories are more likely to hold anti-vaccine attitudes.
According to researchers, feeling 'hangry' may be more than just a drop in blood sugar levels. A new study reports anger related to hunger may be an emotional response to environmental cues, personality and your biology.