In a twist on the classic marshmallow test of delay of gratification, researchers found children will wait almost twice as long for a reward if they are told another person will find out how long they have waited.
Study reveals a previously unrecognized family connection to alcohol use disorder, the drinking habits of a person’s in-laws. People married to those who experienced parental alcohol misuse as a child are more likely to develop an addiction to alcohol,…
Study in rats reveals sex differences may play a key role in the effectiveness of exercise as an appetite regulator. Exercising female rats ate more than those who did not partake in physical activity. The same effect was not seen in males.
Study reports we tend to prefer fictional villains who are darker versions of ourselves.