How Do People View Men With Tattoos?

A forthcoming study reveals our altered perceptions of tattooed men.

Mean People May Be Drawn to Certain Careers, Study Finds

If you work with a lot of difficult people, it may not be bad luck. It may be due to your chosen profession.

3 Ways Your Smile Can Predict Your Future

Your smile communicates much more than you may realize.

3 Ways Birth Order Can Influence Who You Are

Does it make a difference if you're the oldest, youngest, or middle child? Research suggests that it can, in ways you may not be aware of.

3 Ways Olympians Focus and Succeed (and How You Can, Too)

How do elite athletes get their competitive edge?

3 Surprising Ways Dogs Make Your Relationships Better

Humans relate to each other more positively when there's a dog in the mix.

How Narcissists Got That Way

Are narcissists born or made? New ideas about this personality trait suggests that biology plays a key role.

3 Unexpected Things Women Find Attractive in Men

For women, attraction is hardly about good looks and money.

4 Things We Look for in a Leader

If you think we vote judiciously, think again.

Who Can You Trust With a Secret?

A new study reveals when others keep our confidences — and when they betray them.

3 Things Your Voice Tells the World About You

Studies reveal the extent to which our voices betray who we really are.

Why the Bond Between Straight Gals and Gay Guys Is Special

A new study explains why the friendship between straight women and gay men is so strong — and unique. In a word, trust.

The Science of Gift Giving: 3 Lessons

It's said that it's the thought that matters, but research reveals that there's more behind our gift giving decisions than we may realize.

14 Ways to Be a Better Online Dater

How can you convert online interest into an offline date? New research reveals evidence-based tips on how to increase your chances of meeting a potential match in person.

3 Ways to Spot a Narcissist

We know narcissists are self-involved, grandiose, and exploitative. But would you know one if you met one? It may be more difficult than you think.

Why Is Donald Trump So Popular?

He's been called racist, sexist, and a bully. Yet he's surging in the polls. But why? There's a study for that.

Are Night Time Guys the Right Time Guys?

A study sheds light on whether Night Owl men are more sexually competitive.

3 Things Your Eyes Tell the World

When Shakespeare wrote that the eyes are the window to the soul, he didn't have the benefit of scientific studies. Now new research backs him up.

Are We Becoming Too Materialistic For Marriage and Children?

A new study has found that the more we love things, the less we want to marry and have kids.

Are You Looking for Love in All the Right Places?

Does it matter whether you meet a potential mate at a party or a class? A new study has found that where you meet a love interest can say a lot about their personality — and whether a relationship will last.

Why We Like (Or Don't Like) Comfort Foods

We all know that stress can affect your diet. But a new study finds that there's much more to the story.

The Mysterious Power of the Weather

The change in season exerts a strong influence on our behavior — without our even knowing it.

How to Use All 5 Senses to Beat Stress

With the hassles of everyday life, it's easy for a bad day to take a downward spiral. Studies show that you can feel better by engaging the five senses. Here are five research-backed ways to de-stress and connect more deeply to your senses.

Do Opposites Really Attract? It's Complicated.

Opposites attract, and likes repel. When it comes to magnetism, this principle is axiomatic. But does it also hold true for romantic relationships? New research suggests that when it comes to matters of the heart, well, it's complicated.

The Mysterious Power of Red

Red is the color of romance, sexuality, and aggression. It might also be causing you to respond in ways you don't even realize.

Are Alpha Males a Myth or a Reality?

Is there such a thing as a human alpha male?

4 Ways That Modern Love Really Is Blind

When it comes to romance, why is hard to see straight?

Have We Become Less Capable of Forming Relationships?

Two recent studies point to a difficult predicament in modern American life: we need relationships to be happy, but we see others in a less positive light than we used to.

5 Surefire Ways to Reduce Your Stress

Are you under deadline? Do you have to work with a difficult colleague? Have you been tasked with writing an important speech for your boss? Workplace stress is difficult to avoid. Here are some tools — backed by science — that may help calm you down and clear your mind.

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