Cost Cutting Algorithms Are Making Your Job Search a Living Hell
More companies are using automated job screening systems to vet candidates, forcing jobseekers to learn new and absurd tricks to have their résumés seen by a human.
Our Deepest Fears Realized: Most Couples Meet Online Now
Meeting online is trending upward, and fewer and fewer people are meeting at work, school, or through friends or family.
The Rise of a Mysteriously Effective Therapy for Trauma
An increasingly popular treatment called EMDR utilizes a bizarre technique. But mainstream psychologists are embracing it.
Drug Addiction Used to End Political Careers, but That's Finally Changing
Around the country, candidates for local office are opening up about their histories of drug use.
Breakup Regret Is a Common and Salient Human Experience
An older British man admitted he thought of his high school sweetheart daily, even though he was married to another woman and they had adult children.
The Psychology of Commitment Phobia
Here’s what it means if the idea of being in a relationship freaks you out.
The Man Who Sees in Black and White
His colorblindness, he says, developed over the course of several months during his sophomore year of high school.
Can Weed Help Treat ADHD?
Evidence that cannabis helps with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is scant, but people are using it to treat their symptoms, anyway.
How Long Does Cocaine Show Up in a Drug Test?
The answer could depend on whether they're testing urine or hair.
The Gendering of Emotions Could Be Linked to Rates of Anxiety
30 percent of American women will develop an anxiety disorder over their lifetime compared to 19 percent of men.
What Pulling an All-Nighter Does to Your Mind and Body
Here's the bare minimum amount of sleep you need before a big exam.
This Is What Your Brain and Body Do When You Hang Out With Animals
Here’s everything we know about how pets affect your mood.