According to laughter research, you're not as funny as you think.
Brain scans may help doctors better customize treatments for depression.
Monster madness starts at the age of 3, when a child's imagination starts to run wild.
New study shows monkeys do well on both their verbal and math scores.
Scientists hope that by figuring out how the brain behaves, we'll be able to understand how people with different backgrounds reach different conclusions.
One study by Harvard researchers has found that patients who believe in God tend to respond better to treatments for problems like anxiety and depression.
When you're in a stressful situation, are you confident or insecure? Do you react positively or negatively?
It sure seems like we focus a lot on math in school...so why do our kids lag behind?
Researchers have theorized that the brain has to learn the shape of its own ears in order to hear correctly.
Researchers debate this, and it depends on how you define language.