According to a new content analysis of popular kids shows, youngsters in the US are constantly exposed to cruel scenarios played out on parents' TV screens.
Recent research on human decision-making in high-pressure situations has yielded some surprising results.
A study finds the time spent staring at a screen could have a psychological impact on kids.
Scientists find that good luck charms may actually help bring about more positive outcomes.
Psychologists say suppressing anger is actually bad for your health, while showing emotion can encourage constructive communication.
How did animals slowly become domesticated? Find out how Dmitry Belyaev selected foxes based on tameness.
Almost all domestic and wild dogs show this behavior as they prepare to curl up and lie down, but there have been almost no experiments to find out why.
Grooming reduces tension by lowering the heart rate and releasing endorphins that are calming.
It seems apparent that we all go through a defiant stage as a child, but is it healthy? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
A study out of the University of Missouri that found that guys with a "man- of-steel," "I-can-do-anything" attitude tend to heal faster than other guys.