Young men between the ages of 18 and 29 are more likely to believe promoting women's rights threatens male opportunities than older men. Researchers suggest this modern sexism could motivate young men to vote for right-wing radical politicians who promote anti-feminist views.
Researchers say laughter may have been preserved by natural selection to assist with human survival.
Orbit, an interactive robot, helps teach children on the autism spectrum to develop social appropriateness and emotion via storytelling, physical interaction, and visual communication.
The neural circuitry that connects olfactory information about another mouse's sex to decision-making in the brain determines the behavioral outcome as to whether aggression or affection is expressed.
Avatars are not only a form of creative expression, they also allow for conformity and escapism. Our digital representations affect how we interact with others and can determine whether we fit in with social groups or are excluded.
Male vampire bats infected with rabies socially withdraw, scaling back their social behavior of grooming other bats before they succumb to the disease.
A neural pathway that leads directly from the thalamus to the hypothalamus plays a critical role in processing touch information, a new study reveals.
The stressful events of 2020 may have harmed the social development of young people at a crucial point in their lives, a new study reports.
Getting up early and remaining active throughout the day helps older adults perform better on cognitive tests, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a new mechanism within neurons that cause memories associated with social interactions to decline with age. Additionally, they were able to reverse the memory loss in mouse models.