The latest news on behavior
Teetotalers may experience social exclusion, have health problems, study suggests
Positive interpersonal interactions inspire contributions to the common good, researchers report.
Positive interaction beats punishment when trying to reach a goal, researchers say
Mice fed high-fat diets got fatter if fed during their normal 'sleep time'
These trained canines alert owners to warning signs of PTSD, experts say
Bar discounts, special promotions lead to greater alcohol consumption, study shows
Universal concerns, not cultural values, may shape kids’ developing notions of right and wrong.
Industry often advertises during shows watched by typical U.S. teens, analysis finds
Widespread dread of slithery, crawly things may start in infancy.