According to a study published by the American Psychological Association, you might want to look in the mirror the next time you blame an innocent Double Down for that extra chin you just can't seem to lose.
According to a new scientific study, the old adage bandied about by poor people -- you know, that money can't buy happiness or whatever -- is true. Freedom and personal autonomy are way more important to people feeling happy, reports the American Psychological Association, which based this fi ... More >>
Scientists have undertaken to reveal a truth that no one really suspected was untrue, but anyway, now we know for sure! See, what happens is, when something unpleasant or painful happens to people, they generally take a little time and then forget about said event. But when they think it will ... More >>
A committee of the American Psychological Association has released a study that says gay-straightening has not been shown to work, and the APA's Council of Representatives passed a resolution suggesting that shrinks not offer such services to their patients.
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"Few Friends Combined With Loneliness Hurts Health For Elderly," researchers at the University of Chicago find. "Heightened liking for sweetness has a biological basis and is related to children's high growth rate," says a University of Washington/Monell Center geneticist. "TV Show ER Goes Off the ... More >>