The latest news on behavior
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.
Despite some parents' worries, study finds small stature not a problem
Subtle imitation can have favorable outcomes, monkey study shows
Children need to learn self-control to avoid becoming overweight, researchers say
Older adults learn to limit negative influences, studies show
Women place greater emphasis on good looks, study finds
Not showing pain, weakness can stop them from getting health care, study suggests