By the age of six months, infants can recognize when an adult imitates them and perceive the imitator as more friendly.
Children exposed to maternal antenatal corticosteroids had higher rates of emotional, behavioral, and psychological developmental disorders than their peers whose mothers did not take the drug.
Study reveals when empathetic accuracy is beneficial, and also harmful, to relationships.
Drumming in a group stimulates behavioral and physiological synchronization, which contributes to the formation of social bonds and the ability to cooperate.
A newly developed head-mounted miniature microscope can capture images of all cortical layers of a freely moving rat.
A small scale study reveals women’s sexual desire and frequency of intercourse has increased during the coronavirus pandemic, but they report the quality of their sex life has decreased.
While psychopathy is generally associated with antisocial behaviors, many with the personality trait develop successful careers. A new study supports a novel model of psychopathy which runs contradictory to existing models of the disorder, focusing on …
Learning produces changes in connectivity via multiple synaptic mechanisms that are consistent with observed behavioral changes.
Researchers explore how and why music is helping to keep us all connected during the coronavirus lockdown.
People with high levels of neuroticism can be more avoidant in daily life as a coping mechanism, and this can commonly manifest into an addiction to the internet and social media.