A new study says what should be obvious: people lose faith in relationships when their friends take shortcuts, AI-assisted or otherwise.
Surveillance footage is providing new insights into how humans interact in public. But should scientists be able to see it?
Dancers performed as electrons, brain processes, and teaching tools.
Could voting "festivals" encourage normally apathetic millennials to come to the polls during local elections?
Here are some tips.
It goes on to state that if we shift our societal understanding of the penis, we could better combat climate change.
In a new study, political scientists are political scientists.
A new social science study has found that whites are more likely than blacks to oppose paying NCAA athletes—and that the more negative whites felt about blacks, the stronger their opposition.
“Excuse me, do you have a moment for saving the Earth?”
But a "trustworthy face" can be faked.
But they still like to talk a whole bunch about equality, a new study finds.