New Study Shows How Even Innocently Forgetting Names and Personal Details Can Harm Relationships
The Birth of the Myers-Briggs and the Unscientific Weirdness of Personality Testing
Ford’s Dual Roles in Her Kavanaugh Testimony: Witness as a Victim, and Expert Witness in Psychology
Everything We Know About Trauma Suggests Christine Blasey Ford Is Telling the Truth
Science Is Finally Starting to Understand Why Some People Pull Their Hair Out
Beware of the “Crap Sandwich,” a Sneaky Managerial Technique for Giving Negative Feedback
Scientists Still Can’t Agree on the Cause of Cuba Diplomats’ Mysterious “Sonic Attack” Illness
Why the Abortion Debate Feels Like Such a Stalemate
When You Report Sexual Harassment, You’re Also Expected to Know How to Prosecute It
Goalies’ Best Chance of Blocking Penalty Kicks Might Be Dancing to Distract Their Opponent
Three Identical Strangers Has a Long-Lost Twin That Reaches a Very Different Conclusion
The Trolley Problem Tries to Probe Our Moral Compass. Does It Work?
Is Dreaming Real? When You’re Lucid, the Distinction Ceases to Matter.
Lily Bailey’s Because We Are Bad Made Me Rethink OCD
Researchers Want to Find Biomarkers for Violent Criminals. But What About White-Collar Offenders?
Jordan Peterson Seems Like a Terrible Therapist
White Evangelicals Would Keep Supporting Trump Even Without Roe v. Wade
How Corporations Convinced Us Personality Tests Are Super Fun
Can You Criticize Science (or Do Science) Without Looking Like an Obsessive? Maybe Not.
How Computer Science’s View of the Brain as Just Another Machine Gave Rise to Cambridge Analytica