When it comes to your mental and emotional health, the amount of time between sunrise and sunset is the weather variable that matters most, a new study reports.
Kids pick up themes of aggression, rather than defending behaviors, from exposure to the superhero culture, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a correlation between brain stem volume and aggressive behavior in children with autism. Smaller brain stems appear to be associated with an increased likelihood of aggression.
Researchers report people with a genetic predisposition to Alzheimer's and who carry a variant in the RAB10 gene, may be more resilient to the disease than those without the genetic variant.
AI researchers developed an algorithm that teaches machines to win games, cooperate, compromise and even trash talk.
Researchers report running can help mitigate the impact chronic stress has on the hippocampus.
People with insomnia have greater brain activity in regions associated with conscious awareness during NREM sleep, researchers report.
A new study reports mothers who demonstrate better emotional control and problem solving abilities have a more positive influence on their child's behavior.
Researchers report one method to help combat anti-vaccine information and reduce vaccine hesitancy is to introduce those with negative views about immunizations to someone who has suffered a vaccine-preventable disease. The study reports 70% of students who were exposed to someone with a vaccine-preventable disease moved from vaccine hesitancy to pro-vaccine. Overall, 75% of those who were anti-vaccine increased their vaccine attitude scores, with 50% moving to a pro-vaccine stance.
In a world of digital assistants, are we forgetting our manners? Not yet, researchers say. Using Siri and Alexas is not making adults rude. However, this may not be the case for children. Fortunately, digital assistant service provides are taking steps to reward children for general politeness.
Impostor syndrome, feeling as though you are a fraud even though you are capable and qualified for a position, is more common than previously believed. Reaching out to family and friends outside the situation can help to reduce feelings of impostorism.