While people across cultures can discern the behavioral context of various vocal songs, they struggle to identify love songs.
The brain activities of two people who learn fear from each other are known to be in sync, but what role does social status play?
When deciding whether or not to build bridges out of their chained bodies, weaver ants take prior collective investment into account.
The interplay between the hormones oxytocin and cortisol in regulating emotion and behavior depends on context and familiarity, new study finds.
The antipsychotic medication aripiprazole has been shown to help adults over 60 with treatment-resistant depression.
New research suggests that pre-kindergarteners perceive time differently from adults and school-age children.
The spread of misinformation on social media is often blamed on users, but new findings challenge the misconception that political prejudice and a lack of critical thinking are solely responsible.
Researchers narrow in on a brain receptor that could help eliminate learnt fears and treat ailments such as post-traumatic stress disorder.
People routinely underestimate how much strangers may have to teach them.
We need not be so concerned, say experts, as humans use more than just facial cues to read emotion.