Sending emails outside of work hours leads to added stress, researchers report.
Researchers investigate why some people experience frisson, or aesthetic chills, when listening to certain pieces of music. They report those who experience frisson score high for the openness to experience personality trait.
Researchers discover how T.gondii can change the behavior and personality of its host. The findings could lead to a vaccine for Toxoplasma infection.
While empathy may not have a direct effect on prejudice, researchers say it does have an indirect influence via personality and attitude. The study reveals a person with low empathy is more likely to score high on authoritarianism and is indirectly more susceptible to show prejudice.
A new framework sheds light on how the mind adapts to different situations. The study proposes a unifying principle for the cortical mechanisms where state of mind is determined.
Researchers say there is no "type" in the common pop psychology concept of a "Type A" personality.
Researchers have developed a new personality test they say is faster to take and harder to manipulate. The test relies on a technique called rapid response measurement, in which users only have a few seconds to answer questions about themselves.
According to a new study, personality is both stable and malleable across our lifespan.
According to new research, chimpanzees have almost the same personality trails as humans.
Study finds the immune system links personality to the long-term risk of mortality. Those who score higher on the personality trait of conscientiousness tend to live longer because their immune systems have lower levels of interleukin-6.
A new model for identifying personality traits contrasts how people see themselves against how others see them.
For families of those with Alzheimer's disease, it's the changes in behavior and not loss of memory which makes those close say the patient isn't the same person any more.