According to researchers, a person's tendency to anticipate feeling guilty is the strongest predictor of their trustworthiness.
Researchers have created a silicon mesh that can be crafted to help stimulate neurons, limbs and tissue.
Researchers reveal the Western diet can induce the expansion of microbes in the small intestine that promote the digestion and absorption of high fat foods. Over time, researchers say, these microbes can increase the risk of obesity.
A new study reveals describing certain foods in a foreign language can reduce aversion.
Making a moral decision phrased in a non-native language makes people more utilitarian, researchers report. When faced with a moral dilemma phrased in a foreign language, people were more inclined to act toward a common good and express an emotional distance.
Loneliness increases self centeredness while being self centered contributes to feelings of loneliness, a new study reports.
Researchers report motor problems associated with preterm birth could be due to defects in peripheral nerves.
A new study reveals how certain subconscious visual cues can influence rule breaking behavior.
Researchers have found a way to produce realistic sensations of touch in two human amputees by directly stimulating the nervous system.