Seeing rejection as a common thread in school shootings, psychologists conducted experiments to see if rejection in the lab produced aggression.
Two psychologists at Iowa State University, Stacey Sentyrz and Brad Bushman, conducted a telling experiment using nothing other than cream cheese and bagels.
Something as simple as an object's texture can affect how you think and feel about the world around you.
In a recent study, researchers found that doodling can help you remember details-- it's a way of concentrating the mind.
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Sticks and stones may break your bones but words can never hurt you?
Have you ever noticed that you can easily remember some peoples names, while other you repeatedly struggle to recall?
How star struck are today's young kids? Could admiration turn to unhealthy obsession?
One study supports their hypothesis that paranoia may come in at least two distinct types: "poor me" paranoia and "bad me" paranoia.